There is life after addiction. Most people recover


Anna Mable-Jones, age 56, lost a decade to cocaine addiction. Now she

America is facing a deadly drug epidemic, but there is hope. Research shows 75% of people with addiction survive and go on to live full lives, especially if they get good treatment.

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