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Who is Responsible for Amy's Death ?
We can start pointing to Amy , the drugs , rehab , her friends , her family , everyone and yet where does that leave us . Still a young woman has passed away . Hearts of her family and friends are saddened . Yet no answers other then to say it was the drugs or Amy herself . Was it ? Or does science and treatments still need to make efforts going forward so that we understand completely what thisdiseasee truly is . A toxic and capturing one that takes to many hostage as it often does those around around them yet leaving all without a key to get out of a door the some how walked into and can not get out even when they may try . In this we are they ones that need to seek this key. So that another life will not be slip away .
Another good Article Stanton thank you .
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