Tag: pharmaceuticals

    DEA’s “Innovative” Strategy in New Orleans Encourages Ever-Harsher Prosecutions

    On April 16, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) launched its latest punishment-driven, treatment-inflected response ...

    Indivior Case: Don’t Throw Out the Buprenorphine With the Bathwater

    In the lucrative but hit-and-miss opioid use disorder treatment field, buprenorphine is one medication ...

    US Buprenorphine Prices: A Complete List

    To accompany Alison Knopf’s April 16 article about buprenorphine in light of federal charges ...

    “Nation’s Most Comprehensive Lawsuit”—Now NY Takes On Purdue and the Sacklers

    Museums around the world, from New York City’s Guggenheim to London’s Tate Modern, have ...

    Rethinking Ketamine in Light of a Newly Approved Depression Treatment

    On March 5, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the prescription treatment ...

    Johann Hari’s Journey of Discovery About Depression

    Material living conditions are overall better in today’s world than during any time in ...

    Bernie Is Back—With a Commitment to Progressive Drug Policies

    Bernie Sanders, a leading leftist in the crowded cohort of Democratic presidential hopefuls for ...

    Tennessee Plan to Mandate Lockable Prescription Bottles May Help, But Only Slightly

    New Tennessee legislation hopes to tackle teenage prescription opioid use by keeping pill bottles ...

    How Stigma Against Addiction Devastates Pain Patients

    First it was a hip replacement. Then it became complicated by a MRSA infection. ...