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Season 45 Episode 14

December 30, 2012 - Breakthrough, Morten Storm, Judd Apatow

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Dec 30, 2012 on CBS
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December 30, 2012 - Breakthrough, Morten Storm, Judd Apatow
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Scott Pelley reports on a medical breakthrough which allows people to move robotic limbs using only their thoughts. The remarkable accomplishment is a big step in the development of robotic prostheses that hold the potential to improve millions of lives, including war veterans, amputees and sufferers from illnesses like cerebral palsy.
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Lara Logan profiles Morten Storm, a former Danish spy who claims to have played a crucial role in the CIA drone strike that killed American-born al Qaeda leader Anwar Al Awlaki.
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Anderson Cooper profiles comedy filmmaker Judd Apatow whose credits include Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

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      • Additional Credits:
        Breakthrough
        Produced by: Denise Schrier Cetta
        Edited by: Matthew Lev
        Camera: Don Lee, Aaron Tomlinson
        Sound: Eric Kerchner, Matthew Magratten
        Associate Producer: Sumi Aggarwal
        Video from: Timothy Betler, UMPC, Sony Pictures Television, Brainlab, Inc.
        Photos from: Jan Scheuermann
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        Morten Storm
        Produced by: Howard L. Rosenberg
        Edited by: Robert Zimet
        Camera: Chris Albert, Don Lee
        Sound: Eric Kerchner
        Associate Producer: Julie Holstein
        Broadcast Associate: Maria Lustig
        News Associate: Jennifer Depriest
        Photos from: AP Photo/Muhammad Ud-Deen
        Thanks to: Jyllands-Posten Newspaper
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        Judd Apatow
        Produced by: Tom Anderson
        Edited by: Andy Soto
        Camera: John Detarsio Blake Hottle
        Sound: Don Hale Scott Osterman
        Associate Producer: Michelle Boniface St. John
        Video from: Universal Studios Paramount Pictures
        Thanks to: Apatow Productions

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