How one mom is fighting the opioid crisis by asking hospitals to provide pain coaches After surgery, Christopher Wolf went home with a big bottle of Oxycontin. He overdosed from heroin 14 years later. His mom Cammie Wolf Rice now works to train pain coaches for patients.

How one mom is fighting the opioid crisis by asking hospitals to provide pain coaches

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