"I shared a needle with him once," Barnes said. And that was all it took.
WOODBURY, TN (WSMV) -The number of heroin addicts is on the rise, and
it's not just a problem for the addicts. Doctors fear it could trigger
an outbreak of hepatitis C.
"I was on methadone for years,
oxycontin, meth, amphetamines," said Clayton Barnes, an addict and
hepatitis C patient from Kentucky.
But heroin is the one addiction
that would change Barnes' life forever, landing the 26-year-old at
Addiction Campuses' treatment center in Woodbury.
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