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  • WHAT ARE SO-CALLED DEATHS OF DESPAIR? EXPERTS SAY THEY’RE ON THE RISE

    Newsweek - 01/14/2020

    “If we had easier and more affordable access to high-quality, evidence-based physical and mental health care, many, many fewer people would die,” said Jeremiah Goulka, a researcher and senior fellow at the Health in Justice Action Lab at the Northeastern University School of Law, in an interview with Newsweek. “And it would also reduce the stigma toward seeking treatment for a lot of the problems that fall into the bucket of deaths of despair.”

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