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  • Manatee officials say heroin, fentanyl overdose deaths are decreasing

    Melissa Larkin-Skinner, chief clinical officer at Centerstone Florida, explains what a lot of medical and law enforcement officials in Manatee are saying: Deaths by heroin and fentanyl overdoses are decreasing from the peak of the epidemic in July.

Melissa Larkin-Skinner, chief clinical officer at Centerstone Florida, explains what a lot of medical and law enforcement officials in Manatee are saying: Deaths by heroin and fentanyl overdoses are decreasing from the peak of the epidemic in July. Video by Kate Irby kirby@bradenton.com
Melissa Larkin-Skinner, chief clinical officer at Centerstone Florida, explains what a lot of medical and law enforcement officials in Manatee are saying: Deaths by heroin and fentanyl overdoses are decreasing from the peak of the epidemic in July. Video by Kate Irby kirby@bradenton.com

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