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Parents who lost son to opioid addiction: 'He really wanted to get better'
Todd and Dorie Burke, who lost a son to an opioid overdose, discuss the early stages of their son's addiction to pain killers and opioids. Todd Burke said he told his son, "If anything ever happened to you, I wouldn't want to live."
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