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

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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