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Author Topic: Toronto Youth Documents His Life of Homelessness and Addiction (video)  (Read 140 times)

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This demonstrates the inadequate in programs such as Medically Assisted Treatment; his Methadone isn't holding him as he inadvertently uses Fentanyl as well as Heroin and he should be liaising with his doctor and getting on a much larger dose.

Buprenorphine could be a better treatment option to keep their opioid receptors occupied (as Bupe has an extremely high binding affinity) and defer withdrawal. I found this study after thinking about what to edit here.

Remember, most of us are a paycheck (or two) and/or a bereavement and/or a physical/mental illness away from homelessness.

« Last Edit: September 28, 2019, 04:39:16 AM by Chip »
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