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Slow-release oral morphine could expand options for treating opioid abuse

Slow-release oral morphine could expand options for treating opioid abuse

Slow-release oral Morphine (SROM) has emerged as a promising candidate for oral opioid agonist therapy. However, more research is needed before it can be incorporated into U.S. treatment guidelines. A commentary from the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use is published in Annals of …
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Slow-release oral morphine could expand options for treating opioid abuse

Existing studies suggest that SROM has comparable efficacy to methadone and is well-tolerated by patients, with a lower risk for drug-drug interactions. SROM-based oral opioid agonist therapy is increasingly and successfully used in several European countries and Canada, but more research is …
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Is Buying AAC Holdings, Inc. (AAC) Here a Winning Strategy?

Royal National Bank & Trust Of Canada holds 6,646 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Natl Bank Of America De stated it has … AAC Holdings, Inc. provides inpatient substance abuse treatment services for individuals with drug and alcohol addiction in the United States. The company has market cap of …
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China to expand restricted substance list to curb fentanyl abuse: expert

China is expected to put two of the main chemicals used to make the opioid painkiller fentanyl on its list of controlled substances in the latest effort to crack down on the global drug abuse crisis which has caused thousands of overdose deaths in the US, Canada and around the world, according to an …
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Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales

Not sure what it all means, but the imagery is strong with an overall feeling of regret. Like the killer whale in nature, the drunk driver on the road had better be approached with caution, remorseless and deadly. [Intro] In the backseat of my heart My love tells me I’m a mess I couldn’t get the car to start I left my keys somewhere in the mess [Verse 1] It comes and goes in plateaus
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