It’s a killer that’s been swept under the rug ー opioid overdose. Deaths are only increasing, so Liberty and Scott investigate why this decades-old epidemic is still a problem and what can be done to end it.
It’s a killer that’s been swept under the rug. The leading cause of death for 18–45-year-olds in America is opioid overdose, and deaths are only increasing. Liberty and Scott want to know, why is this decades-old epidemic still taking so many lives? They’re getting the facts on the opioid crisis, looking at the local community and financial perspectives to get the truth. They go to the experts to explore the local community perspective and the financial aspect to discover the solutions that can stop more Americans from dying of opioid overdoses.
They speak with Andrew Lo, professor of finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management; and with Chief Tom Synan, chief of police in Ohio.