Pharmacies could help make opioid treatment meds more accessible, study finds

A NEW STUDY shows that pharmacies could offer patients a safe starting point for recovery from opioid use disorder. / COURTESY GENOA HEALTHCARE
PROVIDENCE – A new study from researchers at Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital and the University of Rhode Island has shown that having pharmacies offer access to treatments for opioid disorders leads to a much higher retention rate among patients with the disorder. The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, followed patients…

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