New Heroin Treatment Called Biggest Gain In Years

Print More Heroin use has reached epidemic levels nationally and in Massachusetts, where deaths from the drug and related narcotics rose nearly fourfold in the 1990s, the Boston Globe reports. Recently, Boston addicts began taking the newest treatment, a medication called buprenorphine. Unlike methadone, it can be given in a family doctor’s office or even taken
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