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Officials try to stop fake prescriptions, but addicts remain persistent
Opioid abuse in Arizona

Arizona is among the top states for the amount of oxycodone and morphine its pharmacies, hospitals and doctors have purchased per capita since the DEA began publishing data in 2000. (Photo by Johanna Huckeba/Cronkite News)

Arizona is among the top states for the amount of oxycodone and morphine its pharmacies, hospitals and doctors have purchased per capita since the DEA began publishing data in 2000. (Photo by Johanna Huckeba/Cronkite News)

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