Tag: opioids

    “This Lid Is Not Right!”—Arbitrarily Losing My Methadone Take-Homes

    “Wake up!” my wife screamed for the thousandth time, her normally calm speaking voice ...

    Orthopedic Surgeons Fail in Legal Bid to Justify OUD Discrimination

    A group of doctors defended themselves in a disability discrimination lawsuit brought by the ...

    Alberta’s Discredited Anti-SCS Report Still Raised Across North America

    Governments wield power over the implementation of harm reduction services, but their impacts aren’t ...

    Buprenorphine X-Waiver Burden Eased Under New Federal Rules

    Amid the growing opioid-involved overdose crisis, the Department of Health and Human Services released ...

    One Year Into COVID, Methadone Deliveries Show the Way Forward

    Created in the spring of 2020, the New York City Methadone Delivery System (MDS) ...

    Legalizing Opioids: Three Proposed Models for Non-Medical Use

    A rarity among academic papers, a new piece of research proposes models for legalizing opioids ...

    The Mission to Save Lives by Deciphering Philly’s Volatile Drug Supply

    Conditions in the Kensington neighborhood of North Philadelphia, where I’ve reported for years, stand ...