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We're not using our best tools to treat the opioid epidemic. Why not?

Ashley Gardner, 34, takes a dose of methadone at Counseling Solutions of Chatsworth, Ga. (Kevin D. Liles/AP)
Ashley Gardner, 34, takes a dose of methadone at Counseling Solutions of Chatsworth, Ga. (Kevin D. Liles/AP)

Two solid medications exist to help stop opioid overdoses. So why aren’t we using them more? Here & Now‘s Scott Tong speaks with STAT’s Lev Facher about his investigation.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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