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Category: Thinking About Addiction
Across the Spectrum of Policy, Practice, Research & Reality.
Commentary and analysis about anything related to addiction, treatment, or recovery, all the way from prevention to building recovery-friendly communities.
The juxtaposition of the two accounts – raw devastation to a family on one hand, and on the other, superrich individuals with high-paid legal talent celebrating after pulling a fast one on the “system” – paints things in a harsher light.Read More
…the preoccupation with overdose death rates inadvertently distracted the public from a much larger and more enduring medical and social problem: an expanding population of persons with chronic Substance Use Disorders (SUDs).Read More