Think back to the time before Covid-19. Another epidemic was ravaging America, leaving thousands of grieving families to mourn the loss of loved ones to opioids, pain killers and other addictions.
The statistics are alarming: some 40 people a day die in the U.S. from opioid drug overdoses, more deaths than cocaine and heroin combined. The Centers for Disease Control calls it an epidemic. While America makes up less than five percent of the world's population, it uses 95 percent of the global Hydrocodone supply and 80 percent of opioids in general.
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