The Addictionary Podcast

#99 Another “Tip This” Segment with Maegan & Bobby!

April 22, 2019

#99 Another “Tip This” Segment with Maegan & Bobby! It’s How to Manage Triggers in Early Recovery plus we listen to an audio clip of the latest news at Purdue Pharma headquarters and the rap song from the pharmaceutical company Insys, makers of a fentanyl spray, and how they are making light of fentanyl's role in the overdose crisis. We play “Whadya Say with Bobby K and discuss recent decriminalization efforts of magic mushrooms in Denver!

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