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COVID-19 patients given remdesivir recovered faster than those taking a placebo, according to preliminary results from a clinical trial released by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases yesterday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has put the opioid crisis on the back burner of news cycles—and it's made the crisis harder to fight, National Geographic reports.

Fake medicines and supplies are flooding developing countries amid the COVID-19 crisis, and it could spur a “parallel pandemic” of counterfeit products.   Since the pandemic was declared, a global pharmaceutical crimes police unit has seized tens of thousands of counterfeit…

People in treatment for opioid addiction once joked about an “apocalypse” making it impossible for them to access treatment—now that nightmare is becoming a reality,BuzzFeed News reports.  

People who rely on addiction support groups are finding themselves isolated and at risk of relapse amid the COVID-19 pandemic.   Alcoholics Anonymous groups taken a range of actions. In Mexico City, meetings have hand sanitizer at the door; in Nairobi, some groups meet in…

A new paper in the journal Addiction suggests the opioid crisis is even worse than official death counts suggest.  

After-school programs, basketball games, and babysitting classes are a new ground zero for Narcan training.   In rural Carter County, Tennessee, kids as young as 6 are being trained to administer the overdose reversal medication. Then they’re  sent home with their own…