Nearly 21M in US Have Substance Use Disorder: Surgeon General's Report

Only one in 10 people are getting help for substance use disorder.
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New warning about drug and alcohol addiction and it's taking a far worse told -- most people think in your report from the surgeon general says send the eight. Americans die every day. From opiate overdose is and twenty million suffer from substance abuse disorders. The study calls for a shift in the way we think treating addiction as a legitimate disease. Rather than a weakness in character.

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