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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.
(Chicago: John Torres) An innovative program to deal with the opioid crisis by having patients bring back their unused pills examined; scenes shown from Chicago's Northwestern Memorial Hospital; prescription statistics cited. [Former Opioid addict Aaron BURTON - talks about the ease of getting opiates.] [Northwestern Memorial Hospital surgeon Dr. Jonah STULBERG- says part is on us doctors; the program gets the drugs out of harm's way; states surgeons need better prescribing guidelines.]
- Balart, Jose Diaz;
- Torres, John
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