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With national data on drug overdoses lacking, University of Texas project looks to help provide a solution

Researchers are testing a program that would allow harm reduction groups to crowdsource data statewide. While the data relies on word of mouth, the researchers say it is more comprehensive than anything that exists now.

Punto de Partida outreach workers Paulina Hijar, left, and Gilbert Shepherd are two of the many harm reduction workers acros…

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