WVU in the News: U.S. drug deaths dipped in 2018, but cocaine and meth overdoses rose

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

The stories that Judith Feinberg hears from people with substance use disorder are riddled with loss: of jobs, opportunity, security, dignity. “People really are struggling to see that they have a viable future,” Feinberg says. “Then you take a drug … and you don’t care until you need the drug again.”

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