News Archives

  • ‘We Have to Make It Easier to Get Help Than to Get High’

    January 26th, 2018

    At Dean’s Seminar, US Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams urged partnerships across sectors to put evidence-based strategies into practice against opioid epidemic.

  • Those at Greater Risk of Overdose More Likely to Administer Naloxone

    Naloxone - image by Mark Oniffrey via Wikimedia Commons

    January 11th, 2018

    White and Hispanic people who use heroin and have overdosed or seen others overdose are more likely to administer naloxone.

  • The Mighty

    January 2nd, 2018

    Drug Enforcement Administration to Cut Opioid Production by 20 Percent in 2018 — quotes Dean Sandro Galea.

  • Boston Globe

    November 30th, 2017

    An Ad Campaign Against Opioid Addiction Is Drawing Criticism — quotes Richard Saitz, professor of community health sciences

  • WBUR

    November 29th, 2017

    U.S. Attorney’s Office Launches Ad Campaign Aimed at Discouraging Opioid Use — quotes Richard Saitz, professor of community health sciences

  • Asbury Park Press

    November 27th, 2017

    Monmouth County Drug Deaths Drop as More Seek Help from Police — quotes David Rosenbloom, professor of health law, policy &

  • Professor Honored by American College of Physicians

    November 27th, 2017

    Jeffrey Samet receives Rosenthal Family Foundation award for work in addiction medicine.

  • Asbury Park Press

    November 14th, 2017

    Is the Opioid Epidemic Slowing? — quotes David Rosenbloom, professor of health law, policy & management

  • WBUR

    November 14th, 2017

    Mass. Opioid Overdose Deaths Are Down 10 Percent So Far This Year — quotes Dean Sandro Galea

  • Bend Bulletin

    November 13th, 2017

    Proven Treatment for Opioid Addiction Underused — quotes Richard Saitz, professor of community health sciences