Tag: opioids

    2020 Democrats’ Misguided Call to Jail Pharma Execs for Opioids

    Several candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination spoke about opioids Tuesday during the ...

    Listening to Marginalized Afghan Women: Stories of Survival 

    Afghan women whose lives involve drug use, sex work or having multiple sexual partners ...

    Canadian Pharmacist Could Face Punishment for Giving Out Naloxone

    In Ontario, a Canadian province with large rural regions, one pharmacist is no longer ...

    An Opioid Vaccine’s Promise—And Ethical Peril

    A multi-million dollar race to develop a vaccine that prevents the pleasurable and harmful ...

    Is the Purdue Settlement a Win for Harm Reduction?

    The battle to hold corporations accountable for their involvement in fueling chaotic opioid use ...

    What Should “Overdose Awareness” Really Mean?

    Fatal overdoses may be slightly declining in the United States, according to preliminary 2018 ...

    Five of the Ways Unsanctioned Harm Reduction Continues to Blaze Trails

    Unsanctioned grassroots initiatives—from the unofficial to the plain illegal—are both the origins and the ...

    Lisa’s Legacy: How the Buprenorphine X-Waiver Costs Lives

    The young woman paced frantically around the hospital room, dark bags under her bloodshot ...

    2020 Candidate Andrew Yang Tweets Support for Safe Consumption Sites

    On August 7, Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang tweeted his support for safe consumption ...