This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio and New York: Jon LaPook) The declining deaths in the war on cancer examined; statistics by type of cancer cited; details given about drugs and the public awareness campaign. [Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Dr. Larry NORTON- calls the decline significant.] [American Cancer Society Dr. Harmon EYRE- talks about the drop in colon cancer and higher cancer rate in African Americans.] [Breast cancer patient Nancy SINGLETON - comments.] The role of new drugs in cancer deaths and more personalized medicine discussed.
(San Francisco: John Blackstone) Research on a preliminary blood test for those who may get Alzheimer's disease examined. [Alzheimer's disease patients Jay SMITH, Buddy EPSTEIN - react to knowing/not knowing.] [Satoris CEO Patrick LYNN, UCLA center on aging director Dr. Gary SMALL- talk about the test and the disease.]
(London: Mark Phillips) The unprecedented global manhunt for an Internet pedophile featured; scenes shown of his computer image that was unswirled and then aired by Interpol; photo shown from Bangkok, Thailand, of the man in question. [Interpol Secretary General Ronald NOBLE- comments on the investigative leads that identified the location.] [Interpol officer Mick MORAN- comments on the impending arrest.]
(Capitol Hill: Chip Reid) The strain on the Social Security system brought about by the first filings by baby boomers examined; statistics on the shortfall for the Social Security system and the prospects for debt for future generations cited. [First baby boomer retiree Kathleen CASEY-KIRSCHLING†- says she is now getting paid back.] [Cato Inst. Michael TANNER†- says by 2040 there will be no more money in the fund.] [Senator Kent CONRAD†- says a tsunami is coming.] The options of raising Social Security taxes versus lowering benefits cited.
(Green Valley, Arizona: Armen Keteyian) The all-out war in response to the spreading border crime wave in Arizona featured; scenes shown from Green Valley, a retiree site near Tucson; details given about the desert bandits at war across the county over illegals and drug cargoes. [Pima County sheriff's department Det. Juan Carlos NAVARRO- recalls the gun firing; says now the retired people have to deal with this.]
(New York: Kelly Wallace) The opening day for Fox's new business channel that aims to challenge CNBC featured; show clips and statistics cited shown; details given of Fox's Rupert Murdoch's recent purchase of the "Wall Street Journal." [Fox Business Network editor Neil CAVUTO- outlines the aim of the business network.] ["Broadcasting and Cable" Marisa GUTHRIE- says Roger Ailes is a fierce competitor.] [CNBC President Mark HOFFMAN- says we focus on what we do.]
(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) A school program called "Blessings in a Backpack" that provides food for the poor families of students paid for by pop star Hillary Duff featured; scenes shown from outside and inside Normandie Avenue elementary in south central Los Angeles. [Mother Anita VASQUEZ, Normandie psychologist Cynthia BROCKMAN-COLEMAN, KID - comment on the food, the school and giving back.] The spread of the program to other schools noted.