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#15498: CHRISTIAN BERNARD PRESS CONFERENCE
1968-01-06, , 22 min.
Christian Bernard, Louis Washkansky, Mrs. Louis Washkansky, Philip Blaiberg

A press conference with Dr. Christian Bernard who performed the world's first heart transplant on 54-year-old dentist Louis Washkansky of South Africa. Washkansky lived for eighteen days before succumbing on December 21st, 1967. Mrs. Washkansky is interviewed. Bernard's second heart transplant was performed on January 2nd, 1968 at The Cape Of Good Hope in South Africa on 59-year-old dentist Philip Blaiberg. Blaiberg survived for 19 months and 15 days before finally succumbing to heart complications on August 17th, 1969.                                  
#15499: CBS EADIO NEWS WITH MORTON DEAN, THE
1968-01-07, CBS, 5 min.
Morton Dean, Christian Bernard, Philip Blaiberg

A report on Dr. Christian Bernard and his second heart transplant patient, 59-year-old Dentist Philip Blaiberg.          
#15553: WORLD THIS WEEK: CBS RADIO NEWS
1968-02-17, WCBS, 18 min.
Philip Blaiberg, Hughes Rudd, Christiaan Bernard

Highlights: The Aggressiveness of the Viet Cong
George Wallace after the nomination
Dr. Philip Blaiberg, a heart transplant patient is interviewed. 

Host: Hughes Rudd.
                         
#15605: WORLD THIS WEEK: CBS RADIO NEWS
1968-03-16, CBS, min.
Robert Kennedy, Philip Blaiberg

Robert Kennedy on his candidacy for president, gold crisis in the Czech Republic, heart patient Philip Blaiberg goes home, almost 20,000 GI's killed in Vietnam since 1961.                          
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