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The US and the developing world: a tale of two opioid crises

The opioid crisis in the US has killed upwards of 700,000 people over 20 years, and continues to kill over 100 people daily. However, millions of people in developing countries are dying in preventable pain because they cannot access even the cheapest opioid, morphine. Allie Nawrat explores the causes behind this disparity and what needs to be done to balance access and responsible usage.


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