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Betty Ford Foundation Breaks 73- Year Admission Record Because of Pandemic Alcoholism Surge

Source: National Review

Dr. Joseph Garbely spoke with the National Review about the impact of the pandemic on alcohol use disorder and mental health disorders.

“I’m going to make the bold statement that substance-use disorder is preventable and treatable. It’s a chronic disease, but it’s also preventable and treatable.”

Dr. Joseph Garbely

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