I may be treading on thin ice here, but I have a question about methadone and race. In all the years I went to clinics I met/saw maybe 1500 patients. Of all those at least one and maybe as many as three were non-white. Is it cause, culturally, we (whites)are more trusting of the medical community? I know there were black and hispanic addicts all over the place, just not in the done clinics. Anyone have comparable experience, or ideas why this happened.
I found this from Toledo. Maybe I'm full of it.