1. Where is methadone usually taken?
- With another drug dealer
- Always at the pharmacy
- Normally under supervision at a pharmacy and then the addict is allowed to take the methadone home when trusted
- Always at home
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2. When can addicts detoxify?
- When they are no longer being dealt heroin
- Anytime they want
- When they are stable
3. What are some strengths of methadone?
- It gets you high
- Safer, breaks link with dealer and avoids diseases caused by needle sharing
- It tastes nice, can be easliy administrated and stops you from seeing a dealer
- Sops you from taking heroin and makes you want to take cocaine
4. Why is there political opposition to methadone programmes?
- Because it might not work
- Because of the many weaknesses of methadone programmes
- Because of the withdrawal symptoms the addict will experience after
- Because of too much government funding
5. Can you overdose on methadone?
- Sometimes, depending on your luck
- No- only when taken with other drugs
- It is impossible to overdose on methadone
- Easily which is why it is really dangerous