‘If it hasn’t happened … it’s coming’: Mothers of addicts urge radical approach to fentanyl crisis

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If the latest numbers don’t provide enough motivation to address the fentanyl crisis — 989 dead in British Columbia this year alone from illicit drug overdoses — Kathy Wagner hopes her son’s story will. She and three other mothers are proposing a radical solution to the devastating toll fentanyl-laced drugs are having on addicts and their loved ones.

CBC | Health News

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