Byline: D. M. Osborne; 1999-02-01; pages pp. 100-103Article Links
". . .Two months later, though, Devaraj learned that his guests were not who they said they were. They actually worked for ABC's PrimeTime Live and had secretly recorded every word and gesture. A week after that, on May 19, 1994, Devaraj and his wife Carolyn watched aghast as the newsmagazine accused the lab and three others of misreading women's Pap smears. . ."
Description:In-depth look inside the suing of ABC's PrimeTime Live by John Devaraj.
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