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The middle-class drug epidemic that grew

The middle-class drug epidemic that grew

Amelia and Hardy Leighton weren’t your typical drug addicts. They were … By then, oxy addiction was ravaging small towns across North America.
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Fishing for Fun and Healing

Their story of overcoming alcohol addiction and rising above it to build some of the largest and most recognizable fishing businesses in North America¬†…
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Courage To Come Back: Addiction recipient finds peace in helping others turn their lives around

Courage To Come Back: Addiction recipient finds peace in helping others … of attempts to stowaway to North America, he found himself in Montreal.
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Feasibility and success of cell-phone assisted remote observation of medication adherence (CAROMA) in vlinical trials

(Source: Drug and Alcohol Dependence)
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The Future of Opioid Agonist Therapies in Ukraine: a Qualitative Assessment of Multilevel Barriers and Ways Forward to Promote Retention in Treatment

Opioid agonist therapies (OAT) to treat opioid addiction in people who inject drugs (PWID) began in Ukraine in 2004. Scale-up of OAT, however, has been hampered by both low enrollment and high attrition. To better understand the factors influencing OAT retention among PWID in Ukraine, qualitative data from 199 PWIDs were collected during 25 focus groups conducted in five Ukrainian cities from Febr
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