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Addiction Treatment May Be Coming to a Pharmacy Near You

Stateline (2/24) - New results from a first-of-its-kind study [...] could hold a key to getting addiction medication to more people who need it: allowing patients to get prescriptions at their local pharmacy rather than a doctor’s office. The change would particularly help those with low incomes who lack housing and transportation Cont.

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