Americans have long enjoyed a fickle relationship with drugs. Addictive medications and "recreational" drugs are touted by some and despised by others.
People who abuse drugs face complications, whether legal, economic, social or medical. Addicts are stigmatized as antisocial, immoral and weak, with little regard for the law.
In Agoura Hills, Akikur Reza Mohammad, MD, an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at USC, is working to change stereotypes a...
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