Methadone Treatment: Immigration Detainee and Family Photo
methadone treatment: Teresa Michelle Gratton, pictured here in an undated family photo, was being held indefinitely as an immigration detainee at the maximum-security Vanier Centre for Women in Milton, according to Toronto Star. She died of acute methadone intoxication after receiving two doses of methadone from the jail's doctors. But the medical staff inside the maximum-security jail where Gratton was being held indefinitely as an immigration detainee started her at 30 milligrams. Provincial guidelines for methadone treatment say Gratton should have received a much lower dose than she did. Gratton died of acute methadone intoxication in the setting of ischemic heart disease, according to the coroner's report, which was given to the Star by Gratton's husband. Toronto Star photo illustration That's what caused her death. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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