One hundred thousand three hundred six (100,306) people in the United States died of drug overdoses between April 2020 and April 2021.
That's 275 people every single day.
The rate of overdose deaths in America is now four times higher than any other country per 100,000 people.
This tragedy was avoidable.
The drug companies that make opioids knew of their danger and pushed them despite the risk. And physicians all over America ignored the evidence that sat right before their eyes – prescribing these drugs at a staggering and deadly pace.
And now fentanyl, a lethal synthetic opioid, has entered the picture.
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