Episode: 3: And Now, We Rewind the Tape (with Dr. Sam Snodgrass)


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3: And Now, We Rewind the Tape (with Dr. Sam Snodgrass)

On this episode, Stefano Cordova Jr.’s family tries to make sense of Stefano’s overdose death and how they all got here. Then, Dr. Sam Snodgrass, a behavioral pharmacologist with a doctorate in biopsychology, explains how his own addiction to opioids is a disease and why understanding that is key to helping people with substance use disorders. Continue the conversation on your phone at https://flick.group/lastday.

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