Chinese Pill Factories Fuel Opioid Crisis in America’s Heartland
(VOA): On a freezing January night, Bailey Henke, 18, of Grand Forks, N.D. died in yet another tragic case of opioid overdose in America. Authorities later traced the pill he swallowed to a fentanyl factory in China – one the world’s top sources of the illegal drug. VOA traveled to America’s Heartland to see how Henke’s family, friends and the community are grappling with the deadly fallout from the Chinese drug supply chain.
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Published Date: Friday, March 30th, 2018 | 12:45 AM
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