Patient Presses Politician On APT Critique

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A Democratic mayoral candidate traveled to Congress Avenue to call for the immediate closure and relocation of a controversial methadone clinic.

One of the clinic’s patients posed the candidate a question: What about the many lives that have been saved from the depths of heroin addiction by the APT Foundation’s treatments? One saved life, he continued, is his own.

That mayoral campaign-season back and forth took place Tuesday afternoon at the corner of Congress Avenue and Ward Street in the Hill.

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