How the U.S. is sabotaging its best tools to prevent deaths in the opioid epidemic

 Nearly thirty years have passed since the beginning of the opioid overdose epidemic in the United States.  

 Nevertheless, throughout all of that time, the nation has had access to medications that ,,,

 are extremely successful in avoiding deaths caused by overdoses, like as methadone and buprenorphine. 

 These drugs are not only inexpensive but also simple to deliver. In addition to having a far lower chance of overdosing or dying,,,

 people who take them have a significantly lower rate of using illegal drugs.  

 Methadone and buprenorphine are two medications that can assist individuals who,,,

 are addicted to opioids in escaping a life that is characterized by drug use and achieving stable, healthy lifestyles.  

 These medications are effective in overcoming the cravings and the excruciating withdrawal symptoms that are the result of trying to quit opioids "cold turkey."   

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