How to Solve Opioid Crisis? The Experts Differ

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The New York Times asked 30 experts to think big but realistically about solutions to the opioid epidemic, imagining that they had $100 billion to spend over five years. The consensus was that any effective strategy should include funding for four major areas: treatment, harm reduction, and both demand- and supply-focused solutions . . .

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