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Peter Grinspoon, M.D.

America’s opioid scourge does not discriminate – even if you’re a successful doctor. Peter Grinspoon got hooked on powerful opioid painkillers while working as a primary care physician in Massachusetts. A pharmacist tipped off police after becoming suspicious. “My medical career was totally derailed when my office was raided by the State Police and the DEA,” Grinspoon recalls. “I was facing criminal charges, and my family fell apart so that I had limited access to my two small children.” He fought hard to get a second chance – getting treatment for addiction and taking weekly drug tests for seven years, under a diversion program approved by the state medical board. Today, Grinspoon has his license back, a thriving family practice, and teaching work at Harvard Medical School. He also counsels other physicians battling addiction and says his recovery, now 10 years strong, has made him a more humble, compassionate doctor.

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