Office-Based Opioid Treatment Keeps Ex-Inmates Out of Jail

by pgh on September 5, 2011

MINNEAPOLIS — Opioid-dependent patients with a history of incarceration do well with office-based buprenorphine/naloxone therapy and have fewer interactions over time with the legal and criminal justice systems, according to a data analysis of a previous randomized, controlled trial. (Source: Clinical Psychiatry News)

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