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[Correspondence] Treatment modalities for pregnant women with opioid use disorder

In his first year of term, President Trump declared the opioid crisis a national emergency. This declaration allowed state and federal agencies to allot more resources to confront the epidemic by using recommen-dations from the final report of the President’s commission on combatting drug addiction and the opioid crisis,1 such as increased treatment capacity and better access to medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programmes. These recommendations are rather vague and could leave the most vulnerable people behind.

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