The Doctors continue our United States of Addiction series, this time examining the problem of healthcare workers diverting drugs and how it can affect patients.
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The Doctors share one woman's story of finding out she contracted Hepatitis C from a surgical tech.
Matthew first came to The Doctors seeking the help he needed to finally turn his life around after losing both his legs due to his heroin struggles and battling years of substance abuse. He returns once again to share an update on his amazing progress.
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Two former nurses, Amie and Kristin have come to The Doctors to share their story how they became addicted to drugs while on the job. The former healthcare workers warn of the dangers they faced being surrounded by drugs while on the job.
Watch as a man who lost both legs to a heroin addiction walks again.
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Lauren was one of 19 infected with hepatitis C by a surgical technician who was injecting herself with fentanyl and filling the syringe with saline, which was then injected into her patients.
The team of people who helped Matthew overcome his addiction join The Doctors to share more about his success.