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  • The terrifying new trend in heroin addiction

    Vice - 10/18/2017

    “It makes complete sense that in a context of suppressed prescription drug supplies, people are starting on alternative sources of opioids,” added Leo Beletsky, associate professor of law and health sciences at Northeastern University in Boston, who noted that without addressing factors that really drive demand like inequality, unemployment, mental illness and despair, substitution is hardly surprising.

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