Legalizing Opioids: Three Proposed Models for Non-Medical Use
According to Mark Haden, who co-authored the paper with Brian Emerson and is a professor at the University of British Columbia’s school of Population and Public Health, both the prohibition of opioids and the commercialization of opioids for medical use have contributed to the overdose crisis.
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Government of Canada announces $20 million to help communities respond to increasing opioid-related overdoses (1)
Projects will provide training and awareness on opioid overdose response to 2.4 million Canadians and enable the distribution of 58,000 naloxone kits
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