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Chasing the High (Inhalants) #779299

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 05, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The admission of 9 Dallas high school students to using steroids noted. [Grapevine/Colleyville Schools Robin McCLURE†- comments.]

(Indianapolis: Gary Tuchman) The rise in addiction to inhalants featured; scenes shown from the Pathway rehab center in Indianapolis; statistics cited on inhalant use; scenes shown of teens sniffing rubber cement in Canada. [Substance abuser Jessie STOTZ†– talks about her problem and her treatment.] [National Inhalant Prevention Council Harvey WEISS†- comments on sudden sniffing death syndrome.] [Inhalant ABUSER – says it’s getting her high.] [Pathway Family Center CEO Terri NISSLEY†- says inhalants are in the common drugs we see.] [Stotz’s mother Deb STOTZ†- comments on Jessie.]

Lin, Carol;
Tuchman, Gary

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