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Posted: May 02, 2016 10:38PM PDT

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With spike in heroin use, San Francisco combats overdose deaths

28-year-old Nicholas Clark is a self-described daily heroin user. Sitting on a sidewalk in San Francisco, he sticks a needle in his leg to shoot up. Clark says he tried to quit, but he can't, "It's like coffee for my soul."

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