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Every 3 Weeks, Drug Overdoses Kill as Many People as Did Events of 9-11

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When viewed from a distance, the opioid epidemic seems like numbers and graphs. People hear about it on television every day, and then as soon as the news is over, it leaves their awareness. For those of us who have been affected by it, the epidemic is literally a tragedy every day. I speak to health care professionals and introduce the findings of the interim report from the President's Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis. Most people have no idea how bad more...
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