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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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Pay drug users for expertise, insight to deal with overdose crisis: B.C. report

Source: Pay drug users for expertise, insight to deal with overdose crisis: B.C. report|lfpress.com VANCOUVER — Drug users are often the first responders to an overdose and should be paid fairly for their contributions to research, service delivery and overdose prevention activities, says a report. The BC Centre for Disease Control ...

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