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Jennifer Doleac reviews research that finds increasing access to substance abuse and mental health treatment reduces violence and property crime.
A Massachusetts case illustrates the glaring difference between the medical community’s approach to addiction and the laws on the books in the United States.
Based on research conducted at the University of Michigan’s medical center, a group of surgeons developed a strategy to help post-surgical patients from misusing or abusing their prescription painkillers.
One Indiana addiction specialist doesn’t shy away from telemedicine, but he still requires in-person visits to begin and maintain his patients’ Suboxone prescriptions.