A woman with sores on her face. A body lying on a gurney with a tag on a toe. A mouth with rotting teeth and gums.
These are among the graphic images that will be used in an anti-drug campaign in Akron that is aimed at stopping people from using heroin and methamphetamines. The campaign will include 25 billboards across the city, yard signs, water bill inserts, newspaper ads, public service announcements on the radio, and posters on the sides of trash trucks, inside buses and in schools, in the next four months.
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