Pharmacotherapy growth slowing, cohort ageing

opioid concept: dim silhouettes lit with purple-red light
Growth in the number of people receiving pharmacotherapy treatment for opioid dependence has slowed, according to new information published by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. The release shows that more than 48,000 Australians were on a course of pharmacotherapy treatment for their opioid dependence on a snapshot day in 2014. While the number

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