Oxycodone use higher in the bush

More Australians are using oxycodone and fentanyl than heroin, new data from wastewater analysis suggests But there has been a gradual reduction in pharmaceutical opioid use in some sites, Australia’s third Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program report has shown. Wastewater analysis is now a standard method of measuring drug use at a population level. The study

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