Scotland’s poor are left to die
There is arguably one unifying theme which connects many of Britain’s current difficulties — proximity. From wealthy politicians tackling poverty to drug counsellors who’ve never smoked a joint.
Parolees With Opioid Addiction Need Choices, Not a Naltrexone-Only Policy
Across the United States, people with opioid addiction who are on parole aren’t getting the right medication
How two doctors are changing the rules in the fight against opioid overdose
Dr. Louisa Marion-Bellemare, left, along with her colleague Dr. Julie Samson, have spearheaded changes to how Timmins, Ont., is dealing with the record number of opioid-related deaths in their community. They include a new treatment strategy, and doctors working with street outreach teams to encourage opioid users to get treatment.
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