Lancet Examines Possible Impacts Of Annexation On Crimean Harm Reduction Programs

The Lancet: Fears over future of opioid substitution therapy in Crimea
“Russia’s annexation of Crimea is threatening to force hundreds of people who use drugs back into addiction or turn them into refugees as opioid substitution treatment (OST) programs in the region seem set to end…” (Holt, 3/29).

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