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Paris Has a Serious Crack Problem, and It’s Spiraling out of Control
....dubbed the “walking dead” by locals who post voyeuristic videos online are seeking refuge in city parks.......
At Least One Police Officer a Month in the UK Loses Their Job Due to Drug Taking
But there are concerns over how forces treat officers with drug problems.
Carl Hart urges us to change the way we think about drug use.
He joins Janna Levin to discuss his recent book Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear.
Patient-Reported Outcomes of Treatment of Opioid Dependence With Weekly and Monthly Subcutaneous Depot vs Daily Sublingual Buprenorphine A Randomized Clinical Trial: Are patient-reported outcomes, such as treatment satisfaction with medication, higher among patients treated with weekly and monthly subcutaneous buprenorphine depot formulations vs daily sublingual buprenorphine?
Should Dying Cancer Patients Suffer From Undertreated Pain Because of 'Concerns Regarding Addiction'? Two recent studies show how ham-handed efforts to reduce opioid prescriptions undermine medical care.
HHS Releases New Buprenorphine Practice Guidelines, Expanding Access to Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder In an effort to get evidenced-based treatment to more Americans with opioid use disorder, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is releasing new buprenorphine practice guidelines that among other things, remove a longtime requirement tied to training, which some practitioners have cited as a barrier to treating more people.