Heroin: From Prescription To Addiction
There are no easy solutions, but steps are being taken to combat the state’s drug overdose epidemic.
BOSTON (CBS) – Over-prescribing drugs, or, making too many of them? In this segment of her series, “Heroin: from Prescription to Addiction,” WBZ’s Mary Blake examines responsibility, and blame. Dr. Ron Dunlap is Past President […]
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