New opioid approved by FDA in midst of opioid epidemic

In 2017, more than 70,000 Americans died from drug overdoses, with most caused by powerful synthetic opioids called fentanyls. Despite warnings that a new drug would only add to the growing opioid epidemic, the FDA approved a powerful new opioid recently call Dsuvia. Hear more about the new opioid from Peggy Chase, CEO of Terros Health, a drug-addiction recovery and health organization.

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