• Most people with opioid use disorder don't get meds for it, but these 3 changes could help

    2 days ago - By MedCity News

    Medications that treat opioid use disorder - such as methadone, buprenorphine and extended-release naltrexone - are proven to save lives. However, a new study revealed that less than 15% of Americans with OUD receive these medications. Its lead author laid out three actions the U.S. should prioritize to increase access.
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