New opioid approved by FDA in midst of opioid epidemic

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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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