Fear of COVID-19 and changes to healthcare delivery during the pandemic may be causing people with substance use disorders to avoid seeking any type of care and thus less likely to get treatment for addiction.
Daily medication for treating opioid use disorder is more cost-effective compared with monthly injections, according to a study by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers.
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