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Study: Friends, Family Are Most Common Gateway to Addiction, Not Doctors

Stephen Lankenau, PhD, a professor and associate dean for research in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in a May 14 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article about opioid addiction frequently starting from a pill obtained from a friend or family member, rather than directly from a doctor. View Story

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