Racial disparities in opioid addiction treatment: a primer and research roundup

Naseem S. Miller investigates the intersectionality of health, race and gender in her article evaluating racial disparities in treatments for opioid use disorder. Miller connects the extensive history of systematic racism in the United States with drug policy, leading into an evidence- based discussion of disparities in treatment, especially as they pertain to MOUD.

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