The story of a Catholic nun, a doctor, and a lawyer in the small Appalachian town of Pennington Gap, Va., who were among the first to sound an alarm about the misuse of prescription opioids in the country, the beginnings of a cycle of addiction that would kill 400,000 people in the ensuing two decades.    Read the New York Times article here.

The story of a Catholic nun, a doctor, and a lawyer in the small Appalachian town of Pennington Gap, Va., who were among the first to sound an alarm about the misuse of prescription opioids in the country, the beginnings of a cycle of addiction that would kill 400,000 people in the ensuing two decades.

Read the New York Times article here.

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 The story of a Catholic nun, a doctor, and a lawyer in the small Appalachian town of Pennington Gap, Va., who were among the first to sound an alarm about the misuse of prescription opioids in the country, the beginnings of a cycle of addiction that would kill 400,000 people in the ensuing two decades.    Read the New York Times article here.
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The story of a Catholic nun, a doctor, and a lawyer in the small Appalachian town of Pennington Gap, Va., who were among the first to sound an alarm about the misuse of prescription opioids in the country, the beginnings of a cycle of addiction that would kill 400,000 people in the ensuing two decades.

Read the New York Times article here.

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