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Addiction: A Path Forward
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WVU medication-assisted treatment program supports individuals recovering from opioid use disorder
WVU’s Project TRAIN lays a new track to support children affected by addiction at home
WVU launches prevention program to support at-risk youth, young adults
WVU in the News: Her son was addicted to heroin and died by suicide. He’s not alone.
Nursing students participate in "Save a Life: Free Naloxone Day"
Reporting on Addiction works to end stigma in media coverage
WVU in the News: CDC report shows West Virginia overdose deaths have decreased; health officials pleased
WVU in the News: Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction
WVU in the News: Here’s how fentanyl can affect your brain – and breathing
WVU in the News: 'Rainbow fentanyl' pills show need for substance abuse awareness
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