Addiction is a Disease but Opioid Crisis is a Symptom

Addiction is a Disease but Opioid Crisis is a Symptom

The opioid crisis in the US is out of control- 42,249 died from an opiate overdose while the daily count is 116. 11.5 million people misuse prescription drugs which all accumulated to a cost of 504 billion dollars.

The opioid crisis is as real as it gets, but it’s not the same things as opioid addiction! The opioid crisis arises as a symptom that is not really caused but…

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“Peace of mind would come to all people through the universal respect for the basic human rights of everyone”

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