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Heroin Use On The Rise In Nevada
Heroin Use On The Rise In Nevada

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AIR DATE: February 7, 2014

Heroin use has been on the rise across the nation and in Nevada. Law enforcement and treatment experts say more and more people start using the drug after they develop an addiction to opiate pain pills. Heroin addiction is one of the toughest substances to kick. A panel of experts will explain why the drug is becoming more popular, and where supplies are coming from.

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Jeff Thompson, recovering addict

Kent Bitsko, director, Nevada High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area

Dr. Michael Levy, founder, Center for Addiction Medicine

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