Former heroin addict reveals how he has turned life around

By dailymail.co.uk
2018.02.14. 17:31
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EXCLUSIVE: John Awen, 48, from Yeovil, Somerset, was addicted to heroin for 11 years before realising he desperately needed help. He described how he suffered two heart attacks in the space of two years.



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