Medical students want better training to tackle opioid crisis
Calling their curriculum deficient, students at Harvard Medical School are teaching themselves how to treat opioid addiction — joining the ranks of critics who say medical schools across the country aren't doing enough to prepare doctors for a deadly crisis. This spring, students at Harvard have organized their own trainings on how to use new medication to treat opioid addiction.
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