Teitelbaum spoke to entertainment industry writers and news reporters about cocaine and teenagers

Scott Teitelbaum, a clinical professor in the psychiatry department at UF’s McKnight Brain Institute and director of adolescent addiction at Florida Recovery Center, spoke to entertainment industry writers and news reporters about the effects of cocaine on teenagers during a media conference at ABC Television Network in New York recently.

The National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy selected Teitelbaum to appear on a panel with Llewellyn Wells, a TV and film producer whose credits include “West Wing,” and Tom Harrigan, chief of enforcement operations for the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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