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Insurance Barriers to Addiction Medication Putting People at Risk of Death: Doctors

Addiction doctors say insurance barriers to opioid addiction treatment are putting people’s lives at risk, USA Today reports. The post Insurance Barriers to Addiction Medication Putting People at Risk of Death: Doctors appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
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