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Nightline Wonders if Dallas "Enviromental Medicine" Doc is "Dangerous"

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Dr. William Rae and Nightline's Terry Moran, from tonight's upcoming broadcast.
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It says on the Web site for the Environmental Health Center on Walnut Hill Lane that founder William J. Rea, M.D. "is a thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon with a strong passion for the environmental aspects of health and disease." Which is partially why ABC's Nightline is running a piece on the doc this very night. Also a reason, says the headline: "Texas Doctor Target of State Medical Board for 'Environmental Medicine.'" Or, as the accompanying Webcast puts it: "Nightline: Dangerous Doc?" Watch tonight -- your very life may depend upon it!. Or not. Depends how many times you've seen Safe. --Robert Wilonsky

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