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Nightline #951210

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

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  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), H1N1 patient’s mother Wendy Labban, Dr. Mac Wayment, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Dr. Laura Hufford, H1N1 patient Sarah Carter‡, nurse Veronica Boyd, infectious disease specialist Dr. Christian Sandrock, University of California Davis Infectious Disease Division Chief Dr. Stuart Cohen, H1N1 patient Benjamin Oback, and Oback’s father Eric re: the progress of hospitalized patients recovering from the H1N1 virus.
  • Taped segment with Terry Moran (ABC), documentary filmmakers Amy Rice‡ and Alicia Sams‡, then Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, Obama’s Iowa Campaign Director Paul Tewes, and Obama’s grandmother Madelyn Dunham re: the HBO documentary film “By the People,” about the 2008 presidential campaign of Barack Obama.
  • Taped segment with David Wright (ABC) and “Forbes” Senior Editor Matt Miller re: the top income-earning dead celebrities.
  • A brief update by Terry Moran (ABC) re: the latest attacks on US and United Nations personnel in Afghanistan.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bury, Chris;
    Wright, David

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