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Telemedicine Could Help Fight Opioid Epidemic, Experts Say

Some health professionals say telemedicine could help fight the opioid epidemic, according to The Washington Post. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has directed $1.4 million to five pilot projects that will use video chat to connect patients with physicians who are trained in treating addiction. The post Telemedicine Could Help Fight Opioid Epidemic, Experts Say appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
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