Publication date: Nov 08, 2019
Other news on the opioid crisis looks at the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy trial, a crackdown on fentanyl, and more.
The Washington Post: Deep Brain Stimulation Is Being Tested To Treat Opioid Addiction A surgeon has implanted electrodes in the brain of a patient suffering from severe opioid use disorder, hoping to cure the man’s in-trac-table craving for drugs in the first such procedure performed in the United States.
(LeBlanc, 11/6) New Hampshire Union Leader: State Approves More Respite Beds To Treat Opioid Addiction More people waiting for a permanent place in the state’s substance use disorder (SUD) treatment system will have access to respite care services as the state on Wednesday approved contracts to double the number of respite beds.
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