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South Carolina man's Facebook post after his brother's overdose death touches thousands

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NINETY SIX, S.C. - A South Carolina man's Facebook post about losing his brother to opioid addiction is reaching people around the world.
Stephen Wood, of Ninety Six, made the heart-wrenching post on Oct. 26 after his 21-year-old brother Brandon died.
Wood addressed the impact of drug addition on victims and their families, and encouraged anyone battling addiction to get help.
His post read:
This isn't easy but I want to speak directly to Brandon's friends and enablers, and anybody else struggling with addiction.
Tuesday night I was at my grandmas house for a normal visit. My new wife and...
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