Pharmacist lives to tell about his fight with drugs and alchohol in new book

August 6, 2008

Clean and sober for eight years now, he candidly shares details about his life and his journey to recovery.

Jared Combs, Pharm.D., has published a book about his struggles with alcohol and drug dependence. A hospital pharmacist at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Combs started drinking when he was in high school and escalated to drugs after he graduated from pharmacy school and got a job in pharmacy. Clean and sober for eight years now, he candidly shares details about his life, which includes arrests, licensure suspensions, and rehabilitation in his book Incomprehensible demoralization: An addict pharmacist's journey to recovery. The book is self-published through Xlibris.

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