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The era of the American meth lab is over a decade gone, yet pure, cheap meth is back and bigger than ever in Western Washington. When Seattle residents point to needles proliferating on sidewalks, they usually say heroin's to blame; however, a bigger proportion of those needles in recent years is actually from people injecting meth, according to King County syringe exchange surveys. Indeed

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About John Robinson, MD

Dr. Robinson oversees medical management and predictive modeling within the Healthcare Analytics and Quality programs at FCH. Board certified in Family Medicine, Dr. Robinson is an adjunct faculty member at Gonzaga University and has taught courses in the MBA courses at the Graduate School of Business. In 2011 he was appointed by the Governor of the State of Washington to be one of the original members of the Bree Collaborative.