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58 pages. About this issue: The opioid crisis is the worst addiction epidemic in U.S. history. Drug overdose kill nearly 64,000 people per year, and the nation's life expectancy has fallen for two years in a row. But statistics alone can't tell the story. TIME commissioned veteran conflict photographer James Nachtwey to document this crisis over the past year through the people living it every day. Along with TIME's deputy director of photography, Paul Moakley, Nachtwey traveled across the country gatehrign stories from users, families, first responders and others at the heart of the epidemic. On the pages that follow, his images are paired with voices form Moakley's interviews, which have been edited. The result is the Opioid Diaries, the first issue in our 95-year history devoted entirely to one photographer's work. This is a visual record of a national emergency- and it demands our urgent attention.
Publication Date:5 March 2018
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