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Overcoming Addiction: A Family's Disease

Newschannel 6 is taking a look at the impact of drug addiction, not only on the individual, but on the family. Even though one person may be struggling with addiction, the burden gets pushed down to family members, from brothers and sisters to parents. Addiction is a family disease.

Tune in Tuesday, May 24th at 10PM for Crystal Hall's full report.

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