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Indiana's Attorney General came under fire this month for suggesting pregnant women have drug screenings. But underneath his controversial comments is a larger issue: one baby is born every hour addicted to opiates. This neonatal abstinence syndrome is skyrocketing and state and local governments are scrambling to get a hold of the problem. What can be done to handle this crisis? We'll have the discussion at 7:30ET.
Dr. Stephen Patrick @stephenwpatrick Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University
President, Prevent Child Abuse Council, Delaware
Dr. David Chaffin
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