Individuals in Low-Access Areas Less Likely to Stay in Treatment

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Individuals are up to 50% less likely to stay in treatment for opioid use disorder when they live more than a mile from the nearest provider, according to a study by researchers at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center and Colleges of Public Health, Social Work, and Arts and Sciences.

The findings recently were published by the journal PLOS One.

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