Our guest is Amanda Reiman, Ph. D.
Colorado legislators approved not one, but two measures aimed at reducing the harms of drug use this week. Both a syringe exchange bill and a naloxone provision bill passed the legislature and now head for the governor's desk.
France looks to be the latest European country to embrace the harm reduction practice of providing supervised injection sites, according to France 24 TV. Facilities could be open by year's end, said Health Minister Marisol Touraine.
Over the past 15 years, I have given thousands of doses of drugs like cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine to people. I do this as part of my research to understand how the drug affects the brain, behavior and physiology.
We should be asking: Is the drug war worth fighting? Is there such a thing as victory?
Had we had a list of demands that included heroin prescription and legal cannabis, we could have pointed to these demands when refusing to be vacated from the Art Gallery, and Vancouver's vast network of drug peace activists would no doubt have joined the...
Quebec will soon decide if it will open supervised-injection clinics in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling, the province's health minister said Tuesday.
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