Addiction: When You Fear It's Just A Matter Of Time
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Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 1:00 PM
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Before a coroner's report confirmed Amy Winehouse drank herself to death, her mother said she long felt it was "only a matter of time." Dr. Terry Schneekloth of the Mayo Clinic and author David Sheff talk about difficult choices people face when they deal with loved ones suffering from addictions.

   
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