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- Dr. Nora Volkow Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH
- Michael Lemonick Writer for "Time" magazine.
- John Wanner Counselor on the clinical staff of Father Martin's Ashley, a residential addiction treatment facility in Havre de Grace, Maryland
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