Limit search to available items
Streaming video

Title 60 Minutes: Russian Roulette/Fallout/Happy Snaps/Fighting back
Published Australia : NINE, 2014
Online access available from:
Informit EduTV    View Resource Record  


Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (47 min. 9 sec.) ; 284877312 bytes
Summary RUSSIAN ROULETTE35-year-old mother of two Kristy Cruise is slowly dying. A radical procedure could save her life but Australian doctors are refusing to treat her. Kristy is going to Russia to be blasted with chemotherapy for days before being re-injected with her own stem cells. She hopes the treatment will stop her slow decline from multiple sclerosis.FALLOUTGoes inside the exclusion zone to the ghost cities, deserted and abandoned, never to be lived in again since a tsunami triggered the explosion at the Fukushima nuclear plant in 2011. It is the most devastating nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.HAPPY SNAPSFew people have looked into the eyes of an attacking saltwater crocodile and lived to tell the tale -- Todd Bairstow is one of them. His mate Kev Beven and some Weipa locals came to his rescue. Almost three years later, Todd is ready to be reunited with the croc that tried to eat him for lunch.FIGHTING BACKThomas Kelly's parents have become strong campaigners against alcohol-fuelled violence after their son was brutally attacked and killed in Sydney's Kings Cross in July 2012. They've launched a foundation in Thomas' name and one of its key initiatives is the installation of more security cameras to catch and deter mindless thuggery
Event Broadcast 2014-03-09 at 19:40:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Chemotherapy.
Multiple sclerosis -- Complications.
Multiple sclerosis -- Treatment.
Nuclear reactor accidents -- Environmental aspects.
Radiation -- Health aspects.
Temporary housing.
Russia (Federation) -- Moscow.
Japan -- Fukushima-shi.
Queensland -- Gold Coast.
Form Streaming video
Author Brown, Tara, host
Hayes, Liz, host
Overton, Peter, host
Usher, Michael, host
Ono, Masayuki, contributor