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A recent opioid sting caught 60 people, including doctors, accused of enabling addicts. Physician Stephen Loyd tells NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer how the sting could affect addicted patients.

Amid Rural Doctor Shortage, Dozens Of Medical Workers Charged In Opioid Crackdown

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