People with disabilities who misuse opioid drugs 73% more likely to attempt suicide, national study finds

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People who take medical opioid drugs without a doctor’s prescription are 37% more likely than non-users to plan suicide—and the risk is even greater for those with disabilities, who have 73% higher odds of attempting to take their own life.

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