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This year, drug abuse will likely kill as many Americans as the pandemic, maybe more. We will solve the pandemic, reasonably quickly, but Americans will continue to die from drug abuse for years to come. How and why? How did the substance abuse epidemic start? What keeps it going and why are medical professionals caught in the middle? Bob hears from students across the country that sports injuries and wisdom teeth are often a young adult’s first introduction to controlled substances.

Drug abuse is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States, and based on a recent peer review study, it will cause approximately 700,000 American deaths over the next ten years. Bob will discuss the etiology of this drug epidemic, the paradigm shift in the U.S., and how this epidemic differs from previous generations. Discussion will include who is abusing drugs, predictors for whether or not a child will use, and what prevention actually works. Bob provides scientifically based, comprehensive information regarding the most current drug trends in the U.S., along with compelling anecdotes from the front lines of today’s families, schools, communities, and professional organizations.

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May 28, 2020 05:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Robert Stutman
Robert Stutman, formerly “the most famous narc in America” (New York Magazine), made a 25-year career as one of America’s highest profile DEA special agents—five of which he worked undercover. As head of DEA’s largest office in the world, Bob became so visible that Pablo Escobar had at one time targeted him for assassination. He has been a special consultant on substance abuse for CBS and PBS News, has appeared frequently on hundreds of national television shows, and has been a drug consultant on several films. His autobiography, Dead on Delivery, was published by Warner Books and was the basis for the television movie Mob Justice. During his career with the DEA, Bob traveled to 73 countries and met and discussed the drug issue with First Lady Nancy Reagan and two sitting Presidents: George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Bob provides presentations throughout the country to corporations, medical and dental professionals, schools, and parents.