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Verily drew widespread praise last year when it announced an “ambitious endeavor” to combat the opioid epidemic: an addiction medicine campus in Ohio called OneFifteen, its name a nod to the 115 people who died each day in 2017 of opioid overdoses.

But in the year and a half since OneFifteen’s high-profile launch, Verily has remained relatively quiet about its progress — and its role in the effort, which is a collaboration between the Alphabet life science subsidiary and two local health systems.

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