The New York Times: Few medical schools teach addiction (11 min)

September 10, 2018: According to an article from The New York Times, fellowships for addiction medicine are rare. Very few programs cover approaches to addiction recovery in-depth, and those that do are far between. One program at Boston University, however, teaches medical students about addiction awareness and interventions. You can read more about the medical students and their program here.

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