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Jess Keefe

Without a well-coordinated plan for ongoing treatment, too many addiction patients don’t survive the next overdose. Luckily, change is happening.

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MAT in rehab, opioid law suits, and more.

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A visual journey through addiction, the 'Church of Safe Injection,' and more.

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Support for addiction in emergency rooms, an increase in cocaine overdose deaths, and more.

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Prescription heroin, Chinese fentanyl, and more.


We discussed the role opioids have played in orthopedic procedures, and how effective non-opioid options can be utilized during surgery to reduce overprescribing and addiction risk. 

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Edie Magnus

Before long, she was drinking bottles of cough syrup a day. She gained more than 50 pounds. She began to lose her hair. And it spiraled down from there.

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New overdose data from the CDC, how to manage your health when you have a family history of addiction, and more.


The 2nd annual Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run event in Atlanta united over 1,200 people on November 3, 2018.

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A New Jersey lawsuit, a reckoning in the restaurant industry, and more.

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How to get health insurance to cover opioid addiction, good news about naloxone's shelf life, and more.


Shatterproof took its national movement, the Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run event, to the National Capital Area on October 20, 2018.

Dr Elizabeth Cherot

From C-sections to hysterectomies, it's possible to treat women's surgical pain without over-reliance on opioids. Dr. Elizabeth Cherot explains how she does it at her practice.

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DAs and drugs, addiction treatment in ERs, and more.

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On October 14, 2018, over 3,000 walkers and runners gathered at Pier 84 in New York City for the community’s second annual Shatterproof Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run event.

Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction

192 Americans die from drug overdoses each day.

This must stop. Help reverse the addiction crisis in America.

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