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(Studio: Katie Couric) Statistics on prescription drug abuse cited.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) A new DEA program that will take back unused medications featured; photos shown of 18-year-old victim Timmy Strain; statistics on accidental overdose deaths and painkiller addiction treatment cited. [Father Bernie STRAIN- comments on his son.] [DEA Jack RILEY- says most of the pharmaceutical drugs originate in our medicine cabinet in our home.] [Haymarket Center vice president Anthony COLE- says he hopes they have an ongoing effort.]
- Couric, Katie;
- Reynolds, Dean
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