Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
In an article by Medical News Today (8/9) titled, "A call for more opioid dependence treatment," a new report calls for more available treatment for illegal and prescription drugs. Issued by Simon Fraser University researcher Bohdan Nosyk, the report states that an increase in treatment for both heroin and opioids would lower the number of overdose deaths.
"Prescription opioid abuse and overdose is on the rise throughout North America," says the SFU Health Sciences associate professor and lead author of the study that was published in Health Affairs. "Opioid overdose is now the second-leading cause of accidental death in the U.S., behind only motor-vehicle accidents. "People from all walks of life, including youths, are accessing these drugs and the consequences are deadly."
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According to "A call for more opioid dependence treatment," the report points out the rapid growth and dangers in using opioids, such as heroin, and prescription opioids like oxycodone, in Canada and the United States. It was also stated how there is a definite lack of available treatment in both countries.
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