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Cholesterol (Part I) #95798

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 03, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(Boston, Massachusetts) Cholesterol's role in heart disease examined; Robert Peterazoli's case described as example [Dr. William CASTELLI - notes probable attitude of doctors toward Peterazoli.] [PETERAZOLI - recalls heart surgery.] National Insts. of Health conference on cholesterol's recommended levels for various age groups listed on screen; issue of types of cholesterol and effect on body discussed. [CASTELLI - explains conflict between positive and negative cholesterol.] Details outlined on screen. [CASTELLI - advises high cholesterol patients.]
REPORTER: Dr. Timothy Johnson

(Studio) Part II previewed.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

Bell, Steve;
Johnson, Tim

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