We got ourselves into this, and some researchers have a plan for getting ourselves out.
Last year alone, more Americans died from a drug overdose than were lost fighting the war in Vietnam.
Opioids, including pain medicines, are turning some cities into mass casualty zones.
President Trump promised to “dramatically expand access to treatment.”
So what’s been done? And what should we do?
- Lenny Bernstein Health and medicine reporter, The Washington Post
- Dr. Leana Wen Baltimore City Health Commissioner; emergency physician
- Phil Plummer Sheriff, Montgomery County, Ohio
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