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Brain injury after overdose is a hidden epidemic: Recognizing and treating the survivors of the toxic drug crisis

By Mauricio A. Garcia-Barrera, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Victoria
Cole J. Kennedy, PhD Student, Department of Psychology, University of Victoria
The toxic drug crisis is not only about fatalities. A much larger number of people survive overdoses, and are left with brain injuries. A national strategy to support and treat them is crucial.The Conversation

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