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Russian annexation of Crimea threatens drug therapy for people suffering from addictions, illnesses

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March 24, 2014, 12:43 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Lily Hyde

The annexation of Crimea by Russia is already having a potentially deadly affect on one local population group – a group of patients on substitution therapy, accordig to the International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine, which manages Opioid Substitution Therapy programs in Ukraine.
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Lily Hyde

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SIMFEROPOL, Crimea -- The annexation of Crimea by Russia is already having a potentially deadly affect on one local population group – a group of patients on substitution therapy.

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