Monday, January 25, 2010

NO HEROIN DEATHS IN 2009 (Lebanon County, PA)

"First time in recent memory there were no heroin deaths" in Lebanon County, Pa. in 2009. The County Coroner "... credited the decline to the methadone clinic in North Cornwall Township which the county opened in 2006. 'We are giving the people the option and opportunity to quit heroin, and we are very busy at the methadone clinic,' he said. There is no other reason I could give as an explanation.'" Lebanon Daily News 21 Jan.; http://www.ldnews.com/news/ci_14240574

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