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A task force of the Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health believes that if a comprehensive opioid-fighting initiative that includes all treatment and harm reduction approaches isn't launched, overdose deaths will continue to climb.
The president and vice president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) write that an incomplete understanding of addiction has given rise to misguided policies.
Language in the Senate Appropriations Committee report on the 2020 Department of Defense spending bill asks for a health education and support pilot program for servicemembers battling substance use issues.
Baltimore County, Md., is increasing public awareness of the opioid crisis by displaying signs depicting total and fatal overdoses.
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