Carl 'Rolly' Sullivan

Director of Addictions Programs, West Virginia University Hospital

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Psychiatrist at West Virginia University Hospital and Director of its Addictions Programs

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Prescription drug abuse is nothing new, but now it's being called epidemic, "from the Hollywood hills to the hollows of West Virginia."

Abuse of Prescription Drugs Is Being Called a 'National Epidemic'

Prescription drug abuse is nothing new, but now it's being called epidemic, "from the Hollywood hills to the hollows of West Virginia."

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