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Why Is the DOJ Trying to Stop Cities from Taking on the Opioid Crisis?

Source : Why Is the DOJ Trying to Stop Cities from Taking on the Opioid Crisis?|Rolling Stone Originally published August 31st, 2018 Cities across the country have proposed opening doctor-endorsed safe-injection sites to curb opioid fatalities — but the attorney general’s office is threatening civil and criminal penalties if they move ...

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Doctor questions ‘disgraceful’ care provided by private, high-volume methadone clinics amid opioid crisis

Source : Doctor questions ‘disgraceful’ care provided by private, high-volume methadone clinics amid opioid crisis|CBC.ca Patients need comprehensive treatment to successfully fight opioid addiction, experts say As a northern Ontario city battles an opioid overdose death rate that’s twice as high as the provincial average, doctors are sounding the alarm about ...

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40 minutes inside the fentanyl crisis

Source : 40 minutes inside the fentanyl crisis|CBC.ca She used to be a carpenter, now her life revolves around ‘the sickness’ There’s a woman standing outside the acupuncture clinic in the Beltline. She seems nervous — or perhaps cold, which seems odd because she is wearing a luxurious, greyish-brown, ankle-length suede coat, with a hood. ...

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A Closer Look at How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Employment

Source: A Closer Look at How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Employment|HBR.org Originally published August 20th 2018 The toll that the opioid epidemic has taken on the United States is undeniable. On average, 115 Americans die every day from a drug overdose involving an opioid, and even more suffer the debilitating effects of addiction. ...

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Pénitencier de Donnacona: sept surdoses aux opioïdes en septembre

Donnacona sept surdoses aux opioïdes en septembre

Source: Pénitencier de Donnacona: sept surdoses aux opioïdes en septembre|La Presse.ca Originalement publié le 28 septembre 2018 Depuis le début du mois de septembre, pas moins de sept détenus ont été victimes de surdoses aux opioïdes au pénitencier de Donnacona, selon le Syndicat des agents correctionnels du Canada. La situation est telle que, sous ...

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