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Heroin Addiction / France #488365

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 20, 1976
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(Studio) There are 99,000 estimated United States heroin addicts. Report on French treatment center
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(La bouheyre, France) 50 drug addicts live and work at farm. Center has 70% success percentage with treating addicts. All the young people work hard; no drugs allowed. Orthodox treatment ctrs. complain about founder's lack of psychiatric degree. French government frowns on permissive social atmosphere on farm. Director encourages love and friendship to replace drug addiction. There are no fences or barriers here. Method working.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Palmer, John
Duration:
00:03:40

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