Brown study indicates way to reduce overdose deaths

PROVIDENCE – Brown University researchers have found that expanded access to medications for opioid use disorder in prisons and jails can reduce overdose deaths by as much as 31.6% in some cases, according to the study published July 22 in the International Journal of Drug Policy. Researchers from Brown’s School of Public Health used a…

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