This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Nancy Snyderman) The debate over the new recommendations for mammograms featured. [On the street, 2 WOMEN – react.] [MD Anderson Cancer Center Dr. Therese BEVERS- supports the old rules for screening.] [National Women's Health Network Cindy PEARSON- says the new guidelines help us move forward.] [America’s Health Insurance Plans Susan PISANO- states mammograms for younger women will typically be covered.] The views of women in their 40s and breast cancer survivors and the impact on the medical community discussed.
(Beijing: Savannah Guthrie) President Obama's meetings in China with President Hu Jintao reviewed; scenes shown from Beijing; details given of their disagreements on economic issues, sanctions against Iran and human rights. [OBAMA – speaks of China’s partnership in our effort to pull out of the recession.]
(Flagstaff, Arizona: Anne Thompson) Water conservation efforts in drought-stricken Arizona featured; scenes shown of organic Mountain Meadow Farm and dried-up Lower Lake Mary. [Mountain Meadow’s Chuck McDOUGAL- comments on collecting rainwater.] [Geologist Abe SPRINGER- notes concern about Flagstaff running out of water.] [Flagstaff Deputy City Manager Jim WINE- cites the cost for drilling a well.] [Residents Julie and Mark LANCASTER- comment on conservation measures.]
(New York: Lisa Myers) Deceptive offers on online shopping Websites examined. [Online shopper Ann McKYE- reacts to being enrolled in a membership club by Shutterfly.] [Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER- says tricking customers is not okay.] [Harvard Business School Benjamin EDELMAN- says your credit card is charged without you typing in your number.] [Senator Byron DORGAN- says reputable companies are being reimbursed by the companies that are scamming you.] [Webloyalty CEO Rick FERNANDES- denies his ads are deceptive.]
(Boys Town, Nebraska: Kevin Tibbles) The undefeated Cowboys football team from Boys Town in Nebraska featured; game scenes shown; excerpts from the film “Boys Town” shown. [Coach Kevin KUSH- says his philosophy is to use football to build a better man.] [Boys Town executive vice president of youth care Daniel DALY- explains why the kids are there.] [Senior Trenton WALLACE- says it makes me feel like I’m important.] [Senior Timothy THOMPSON- says he’s a better person.]