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Meth Addiction: One Woman's Story

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Meth Addiction: One Woman's Story

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Meth Addiction: One Woman's Story

Meth Addiction: One Woman's Story

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Researchers have found that women make up almost half of the recovering methamphetamine users in California's rehabilitation programs. Here is the story of one woman who fell into meth addiction — and pulled out of it.

Rachael Myrow reports from member station KPCC in Southern California.

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