This program is 28 minutes long
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina: David Muir) The announcement of the spread of the breast cancer of Elizabeth Edwards, wife of presidential candidate former Senator John Edwards, featured; details given about her spreading cancer. [In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, EDWARDSES - say her cancer is back, but we will stand up for what we believe.] [Elizabeth's doctor Lisa CAREY†- comments on her "abnormalities."]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Tim Johnson) The issue of the recurrence of breast cancer, what doctors say about the survival prognosis, the factors in Elizabeth's favor for survival and the likely treatment options discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The future for the Edwards political campaign due to the uncertainty over her health problems and the uncharted nature of this event discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(New York: Kate Snow) Elizabeth Edwards' campaign on behalf of breast cancer victims featured; excerpts read from her book "Saving Graces" about facing cancer. [Elizabeth EDWARDS - talks about the alarm mode for cancer survivors.] [Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Diana BALMA†- says she had an opportunity to help the fight against breast cancer; comments on her spirit.]
(Basra: Terry McCarthy) Life in Iraq south of Baghdad featured; scenes shown from the cemetery in Najaf, where the dead from sectarian killings are being buried in large numbers daily, a school, the night streets and a hotel and a working class neighborhood in Basra and a hospital and port in Nasariyah.
(Washington: David Kerley) The pet food mystery examined; details given of the rise of kidney problems in dogs and cats linked to the recalled food. [At New York City's Animal Medical Center, kidney specialist Dr. Cathy LANGSTON- comments on acute kidney failure.] [College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell Dr. Donald SMITH- likens the search for a cause to a needle in a haystack.] [FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine director Dr. Stephen SUNDLOF- calls it a tragic situation.]
(New York: Ned Potter) The successful return of the grizzly bear to Yellowstone National Park featured; scenes shown of the bears. [Fish and Wildlife Service Chris SERVHEEN- wants the bears to be here in the future.] [National Wildlife Federation John KOSTYAK- praises the Endangered Species Act for the success of the grizzly.]