Meet the ‘heroine of heroin’ who is fighting America’s drug crisis
As our special series "One Nation Overdosed" continues to look at the nation’s opioid epidemic, NBC's Jacob Soboroff profiles Tracey Helton Mitchell, a former heroin user who is now working to help others by becoming a one-woman distribution center for a medication used to block the effects of opiods.
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