How to Slow Heroin’s ComebackMark A.R. Kleiman and Lowry Heussler
Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) -- At first glance, the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found with a syringe in his arm and surrounded by dozens of packets of heroin, tells us little about the wider opiate problem in the U.S.: Money and freedom from 9-to-5 schedules make successful entertainers frequent victims of addiction, but they’re far from typical.
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