Melanie Curtis holds a picture of her son Michael P. Campbell, who died of a drug overdose, in this 2014 photo. After his death, Curtis began working to build awareness of prescription drug abuse and created a smartphone game for kids to learn about locking up medications and not sharing them.
Melanie Curtis holds a picture of her son Michael P. Campbell, who died of a drug overdose, in this 2014 photo. After his death, Curtis began working to build awareness of prescription drug abuse and created a smartphone game for kids to learn about locking up medications and not sharing them. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Melanie Curtis holds a picture of her son Michael P. Campbell, who died of a drug overdose, in this 2014 photo. After his death, Curtis began working to build awareness of prescription drug abuse and created a smartphone game for kids to learn about locking up medications and not sharing them. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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