Monday, November 14, 2005

First-person Documentary about adult survivor of Childhood Lobotomy

Groundbreaking 22-minute First-person Documentary about adult survivor of Childhood Lobotomy to air on "All Things Considered, November 16:

"NPR's afternoon news magazine All Things Considered will broadcast a landmark 22-minute documentary on its November 16 edition: the first-person account of a 56-year-old man who underwent an 'ice pick' lobotomy as a child and uncovers the truth about it 40 years later."

This morning's Denver Post column by Joanne Ostrow led me to this link.

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