Patrick J. Kennedy: ‘You cannot divorce the suicide rate from the opiate overdose rate’
Former congressman Patrick J. Kennedy, who has personal experience with overcoming addiction, argues that the suicide rate in America is under reported. “We have no clue what the true suicide rate, overdose rate” is in America, Kennedy says.
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