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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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I wonder why Buffalo stood out?

It's difficult to say given the complexity of this issue. The authors provided potential explanations for the disparity in New York City (higher socioeconomic status among whites than in other cities, historical legacy of heroin use among minority populations), but not for Buffalo or Riverside. A case study would perhaps elucidate the divide among Buffalo residents with opioid problems.

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