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Nightline #884026

ABC Special for Thursday, Jan 31, 2008

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  • Taped segment with BobWoodruff (ABC), former Buffalo Bills player Kevin Everett, Buffalo Bills head coach Dick Jauron, Everett’s fiancé Wiande Moore, Buffalo Bills player Anthony Thomas, Buffalo Bills orthopedic surgeon Dr. Andrew Cappuccino, Everett’s mother Patricia Dugas, paramedic supervisor Christopher Zemrac, and Everett’s neurosurgeon Dr. Kevin Gibbons re: former football player Kevin Everett’s recovery from a paralyzing spinal injury.
  • Taped segment with Terry Moran (ABC), ABC News consultant Donna Brazile, Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton, and ABC News consultant Matthew Dowd re: this evening’s Democratic presidential candidates’ debate between Sen. Obama and Sen. Clinton.
  • Taped segment with chef David Chang re: his favorite food dishes.
  • Reporter(s):
    Woodruff, Bob

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