The opioid crisis that helped kill a record 108,000 Americans last year — and more than one million since 1999 — is by now a well-known tragedy. Less understood is that many if not most of these deaths, now largely from fentanyl, are preventable.
Can you guess who they are? A political power broker who fell into a deep depression – and then publicly shared his story rather than keeping it secret. A clinically trained psychologist who decided her greatest impact […]
“Tom Insel has watched the nation grapple with plenty of psychologically challenging situations over his long career in the field of mental health.”