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B.C. health official wants to put safe and common opioid in vending machines Published Friday, December 22, 2017 10:00AM EST VANCOUVER -- Making a safe opioid available in vending machines may be the next harm reduction tool to fight the deadly overdose epidemic, says the executive medical director of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control. Dr. Mark Tyndall said he envisions a regulated system where drug users would be assessed, registered and issued a card to use in vending machines to obtain hydromorphone, a painkiller commonly marketed under the brand name Dilaudid. "I'm hoping that it's kind of like supervised injection sites," he said of the program that could begin as early as next March. "At first it sounded a bit off the wall and now it's pretty well accepted." Funding to expand access to hydromorphone would first be used to distribute pills through supportive housing units that also dispense methadone and suboxone as well as through a nurse at supervised injection sites before they are sold through vending machines, Tyndall said. "People could pick these drugs up at supervised injection sites but there's no reason you couldn't use vending machine technology to do that. So people would show up, have their card, click it in and get a couple of pills." Hydromorphone pills dissolve well in water and Tyndall said he expects most people will grind them up and inject them. A small part of the funding will come from a three year, $1 million Health Canada grant that includes patients in Alberta, Tyndall said, adding the machines could also be placed in other areas where drug use is prevalent, as well as near health clinics in remote communities. "We don't have really anything to offer people who are dying around the province in smaller communities, where sometimes they don't even have a doctor who can prescribe methadone and certainly will never have a supervised injection site," Tyndall said.

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