Methadone in Primary Care — One Small Step for Congress, One Giant Leap for Addiction Treatment

The opioid-overdose epidemic has had a devastating impact throughout the United States and currently claims an average of 115 lives a day. Federal, state, and local public health officials, health care agencies, and community partners are working hard to stem the tide of deaths. Opioid use…

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