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The desire to have curves has some people going to dangerous DIY extremes. Senior investigative reporter Leslie Marcus shares that some women are turning to an unapproved drug called apetamin. The drug can be purchased online, and Leslie found it on shelves at a market in Los Angeles even though it’s illegal to sell in the United States. Meet Audrey who had a bad reaction to the drug.