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Larry and Evelyn Bing have been married for 22 years. Larry heard about Dr. Chapman on the streets from an addict friend who later died from an overdose. His treatment is covered by Medicaid and Medicare and he knows he’s lucky to have the support of his wife, Evelyn.
Larry and Evelyn Bing have been married for 22 years. Larry heard about Dr. Chapman on the streets from an addict friend who later died from an overdose. His treatment is covered by Medicaid and Medicare and he knows he's lucky to have the support of his wife, Evelyn.

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From the article: The Opioid Crisis Is Surging In Black, Urban Communities

Larry and Evelyn Bing have been married for 22 years. Larry heard about Dr. Chapman on the streets from an addict friend who later died from an overdose. His treatment is covered by Medicaid and Medicare and he knows he’s lucky to have the support of his wife, Evelyn.

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