New resources added to links page

September 17, 2014

I've added a few new websites to the links and resources page, including two blogs I've recently discovered. The whole links page has also been revamped a bit so it looks a bit less cluttered.

First is Studio L Online, authored by K. Lanktree, self-described Freelance Writer, Recovering Opiate Addict, Former IV Drug User, Methadone Patient and Harm Reduction Advocate. The second blog I came across is The Methadone Maze, a unique blog run by a couple who share their experiences of navigating through the maze that is methadone maintenance treatment. Coincidentally, the authors of both of these blogs are MMT patients who reside in Ontario, which is also where I am from. The site gets quite a few visitors from Ontario as well so I am sure they will find these two blogs especially interesting.

And finally is streetRX, a unique site that displays on a map the latest street prices people have paid for prescription drugs. Several countries are covered, including Canada and the U.S.A., as well as Australia, the UK, and a few other European countries. The site allows visitors to anonymously submit street prices paid for specific prescription drugs. All three of these sites are definitely worth a visit and a bookmark.

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