Marc R LaRochelle, MD, MPH
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Dr Marc Larochelle is a general internist and clinical investigator specializing in addiction medicine at BMC and an assistant professor of medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr Larochelle’s clinical and research interests focus on the safety of opioid prescribing and the recognition and treatment of opioid use disorders.
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburg PA (2009)
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