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State of Shame: Finding the N.C. sterilization survivors

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Only 48 of the surviving victims of North Carolina's now shuttered eugenics program have come forward and been matched to state records.  The North Carolina Institute for Sterilization Victims Foundation is tasked with finding the thousands of survivors believed to still be alive. Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.