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    Saving Boone County: Fighting for lives in a place ravaged by opioids

    14:55
  • Nightly News Reports: Helping people recovering from addiction re-enter the workforce

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  • Chicago substance abuse recovery program keeps moms and kids together

    02:13
  • Report shows ties between opioid makers and patient groups

    01:59
  • OxyContin maker Purdue stops promoting opioids in light of epidemic

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  • Philadelphia to establish ‘safe injection sites’

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  • How one woman became a local hero of the opioid crisis

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  • Nightly News reports: The children of the opioid crisis

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  • A State Trooper's Opioid-Fueled Fall From Grace

    05:06
  • This Mother’s Addiction Went Viral, Now She’s Glad it Did

    02:05
  • Opioid Crisis: An Ohio City Under Siege

    02:10
  • Trump Aims to Fix ‘Worst Drug Crisis in American History’

    02:00
  • Trump Shares Story About His Brother’s Alcohol Addiction During Opioid Speech

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  • Trump Declares Opioid Crisis a National Public Health Emergency

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  • Trump: 'We Can Be the Generation That Ends the Opioid Epidemic'

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  • Dear Mr. President: Letters on the Opioid Crisis

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  • One Nation Overdosed: Opioid crisis forces grandparents to care for grandchildren

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  • Opioid Crisis: How One Massachusetts School Helps Grieving Students

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  • Family who lost two sons to opioid overdose draws attention to prescription drug dangers

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  • Opioid Crisis: A Hospital on the Front Lines, Determined to Save Children

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Opioid execs guilty of bribery scheme used rap video to push drug

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John Kapoor, the founder and former chairman of Insys Therapeutics, was found guilty of racketeering conspiracy after 15 days of deliberations in a trial that put a spotlight on the federal government's efforts to go after those it views as responsible for fueling the deadly opioid crisis.