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Nightline #960138

ABC Special for Thursday, Mar 11, 2010

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  • Taped segment with Neal Karlinsky (ABC), gigantism disorder patient Tanya Angus‡, Angus’ mother Karen‡, gigantism disorder patient Igor Vovkovinskiy‡, Mayo Clinic Rochester Vice Chairman of Endocrinology Dr. Todd Nippoldt, , and unidentified others re: the medical condition known as acromegaly, which causes people to continue to grow larger.
  • Taped segment with Don Harris (ABC) and Texas Board of Education members Don McLeroy‡ and Mavis Knight re: conservative Don McLeroy’s impact on the content of school textbooks.
  • Taped segment with Jeremy Hubbard (ABC), “Time Magazine” contributor Joel Stein, and Furgang & Adwar LLP partner Stephanie Furgang Adwar re: issues related to celebrity Lindsay Lohan’s lawsuit against E-Trade for its “Lindsay” commercial.
  • A brief Closing Argument segment with Terry Moran (ABC) re: the political biases of US school textbooks.
  • A brief update by Moran re: professional golfer Tiger Woods’ pending decision about returning to the pro golf tour.
  • Reporter(s):
    Karlinsky, Neal;
    Harris, Don;
    Hubbard, Jeremy

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