At age 71 and 65 respectively, Evanna Brennan and Susan Giles embrace their unconventional nursing work in the Downtown Eastside. They have foregone retirement, becoming front-line workers in the city's deadly opioid crisis. They have also left a permanent imprint on the hearts of many of their patients, including Richard Moore, who is featured in the video above.
Read their full story here.
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