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Drugs: The Lost War (Treatment) (Part III) #601821

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 15, 1994
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) FBI and Italian authorities reported breaking up a major cocaine and heroin trafficking operation.

(Los Angeles: Larry Carroll) The status of drug treatment programs featured; scenes shown from Los Angeles. [Teen recovering drug user "TARA", Haight Ashbury free clinic Dr. David SMITH, treatment seeker Anna DERMITA, drug study author California drug policy director Andy MECCA - talk about aspects of drug treatment.] The issues of the cost and value of drug treatment addressed. [Nixon/Ford drug policy director Dr. Robert DuPONT - backs 12-step programs.] [MECCA - cites the kind of programs that do not work.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Carroll, Larry

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