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Designer Drugs / Eve #540416

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 25, 1985
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Dallas, Texas) Authorities' concern over appearance of new designer drug, dubbed Eve, an amphetamine-like drug with growing popularity examined; scenes shown. [USER - describes drug's effect.] Similarity between Eve and recently-outlawed drug Ecstasy noted. [FDA (Food and Drug Administration) chemist Jack ROSENSTEIN - explains molecular difference between the two drugs.] [Dealer "RONNIE" - considers basis of drug's popularity as status symbol.] [Dr. Bernard GOTHELF - explains risk of brain damage.] [DEA spokesperson Philip JORDAN - cites inability to do anything.] [USER - compares Eve with Ecstasy.]
REPORTER: Robert Elliot

Brokaw, Tom;
Elliot, Robert

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