‘Cold turkey’ not effective treatment for opioid use disorder, say 83% of Americans

(By Mackenzie Bean for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Most Americans agree that people with opioid use disorder need both medical and nonmedical resources for treatment. However, many do not know where to find these resources or how much they will cost, according to a new survey from NORC at the University of Chicago.  Continue reading article here…

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