Heidi Karash has been working as a nurse in Erie, Pennsylvania, for nearly 13 years. And to her, opioid addiction isn’t just a crisis. It’s a weight to bear. “Its been an epidemic here in Erie,” she said. And Karash worries she played a role in...
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