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An opinion piece in Nature calls out federal efforts to tackle the U.S. opioid crisis.
A literature review shows promising signs that teenagers, like adults, can benefit from methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone.
A new report warns the crisis could see a third wave if synthetic opioids continue to move into new U.S. markets.
The center will study heroin, prescription painkillers and other drugs in order to develop new treatments for addiction.
Researchers followed people with a drug-injection history who had been cured of hepatitis C and were receiving addiction treatment.
The first national study of opioid use disorder recovery found that staying off such drugs often requires great effort and various services.
The danger of prescription painkillers might have been overestimated and too little was done to identify those most at risk for addiction.
Governor Ron DeSantis signed the Infectious Disease Elimination Act, effective statewide July 1. [VIDEO]
Nearly 35 million people are estimated to be suffering from substance use disorders worldwide.
Las Vegas resident Stella Armstrong cured her hep C and the joy-killing fatigue and pain that came with it.
This is according to two studies of real-world use of the hepatitis C regimen.
This finding follows a recent study indicating that syphilis is on the rise among heterosexual people who inject drugs.
Check out this long read about the effects of the opioid epidemic on the nation’s criminal justice system.
Indianapolis native Matt Heskett beat both opioid addiction and hep C. Now he’s paying his good fortune forward with activism and education.
Matt Heskett discusses his journey with hepatitis C for the first time with the press.
Researchers analyzed data on more than a quarter of a million teens and young adults attending federally qualified health centers.
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