Critic blames lack of drug choice for dropout rate from B.C.'s opioid substitution programs
Record numbers of people who use opioids entered drug substitution programs in B.C. last year, but only one third stick with treatment for 12 months, according to a report issued by the provincial health officer.
In the Bronx, heroin woes never went away
If the South Bronx were a state it would have the second-highest rate of drug overdose deaths — 34 per 100,000 people — in the country, after West Virginia.
2016 hep-CORE Report: Monitoring European policy responses to viral hepatitis
Thoughts from Mark Korenjak Board Member, European Liver Patients Association and Prof. Jeffrey V. Lazarus, Associated Researcher, ISGlobal, Hospital Clínic, University of Barcelona, WHO Collaborating Centre on HIV and Viral Hepatitis and Editor-in-Chief, Hepatology, Medicine and Policy.
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