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Depot buprenorphine: Safe and effective for clients in jails and prisons?

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Developing international consensus to address high-risk drug use and overdose

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How many people in recovery are lesbian, gay, or bisexual and do their pathways to recovery differ?

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Public stigma of opioid addiction: Is opioid use disorder really a medical illness?

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Organizational change in community-based addiction clinics

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Nurse practitioners play an important role in buprenorphine access

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Providing naloxone to people who are prescribed opioids is a cost-effective way of preventing opioid overdose deaths

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Lower alcohol consumption in the Netherlands’ general population during pandemic lockdown than previous years

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Mar 11, 2020

Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work? Scientific Review From Dr. John Kelly and the RRI

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