Harm Reduction & The Opioid Crisis : Fresh Air The CDC estimates over 1 million Americans have died of overdoses since Oxycontin went on the market in the mid '90s. Dopesick author Beth Macy and harm reduction specialist Michelle Mathis talk about grassroots and community efforts to address the opioid crisis. Macy's latest book is Raising Lazarus.

TV critic David Bianculli reflects on the series finale of Better Call Saul.

Harm Reduction & The Opioid Crisis

Harm Reduction & The Opioid Crisis

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The CDC estimates over 1 million Americans have died of overdoses since Oxycontin went on the market in the mid '90s. Dopesick author Beth Macy and harm reduction specialist Michelle Mathis talk about grassroots and community efforts to address the opioid crisis. Macy's latest book is Raising Lazarus.

TV critic David Bianculli reflects on the series finale of Better Call Saul.