Opinion: Inflexible methadone regulations impede America’s efforts to reduce overdose deaths

Imagine if people who needed insulin to control their diabetes had to trek across town each day to receive this lifesaving drug at an insulin clinic — with no accommodations for work or family obligations — an approach justified because they can’t be trusted to administer insulin correctly and avoid life-threatening episodes of low-blood sugar.

Not in America you might say.

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