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Families Addiction starts before drug use
By JESSIE DUNLEAVY|August 15, 2018
Families
How a retired Phoenix cop helps parents of addicted children
The first time someone warned Kim Humphrey that one of his sons might be in trouble with drugs he was offended. “We got a phone call from a mother whose daughter was friends with our son,” he recalls. “She wanted to tell my wife and I that her daughter was worried that our son was going to overdose.”
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Adam Bisaga, MD, on Addiction, Chronic Pain, and Stigma
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Adam Bisaga, MD, is an addiction psychiatrist, clinician, researcher, professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, and author of Overcoming Opioid Addiction.
At NJ Hospitals, Ex-Users Urge Opioid Overdose Victims to Seek Treatment
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