Dispatches From A 'Dopesick' America Author Beth Macy's book, 'Dopesick,' takes an intimate look at cops, judges, drug dealers, young heroin users and their long-suffering parents, doctors and health activists struggling to fight the opioid epidemic.

Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews 'Severance' by Ling Ma.
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Dispatches From A 'Dopesick' America

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Dispatches From A 'Dopesick' America

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Dispatches From A 'Dopesick' America

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Author Beth Macy's book, 'Dopesick,' takes an intimate look at cops, judges, drug dealers, young heroin users and their long-suffering parents, doctors and health activists struggling to fight the opioid epidemic.

Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews 'Severance' by Ling Ma.