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Prescription Drug Abuse #975483

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 26, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Studio and Bergin County, New Jersey: T.J. Winick) A massive new government DEA program to get people to clean out their medicine cabinets due to the abuse of prescription drugs featured; details given of case of abuse and the problem of disposing of drugs in the water supply. [New Jersey police department Officer Steve QUINTANO†- talks about kids partying on prescription drugs.] [Father Bernie STRAIN†- talks about his son's death from drugs.] [MAN, WOMAN - comment on getting rid of their drugs.] [Rutgers University professor Brian BUCKLEY†- comments on the chemicals in drugs.]

Harris, Dan;
Winick, T.J.

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