“Every dose of buprenorphine consumed is at least a dose of heroin not getting consumed, if not several.”
Cases of hepatitis C in Iowa are up 375 percent
Premier Daniel Andrews has finally green lit a trial to start June 2018.
Needle exchanges are proven to be effective. So why is it still such a challenge to fund them?
A dozen people have died in the province this year from suspected overdoses, but it still hasn't registered on the campaign trail
The author died in 2014 at age 29 from endocarditis due to IV drug use with contaminated needles and related conditions—before the heroin problem was being treated like a national crisis.
The Toronto Police and harm reduction groups have collaborated for what they say is a common good, but at-risk communities are incredibly suspicious. And with good reason.
Getting Pill Testing Into Music Festivals Is a Struggle, but So Was Legalising Needle Exchange Programs in the 1980s
The Berlin by way of Vienna band play a snotty and ragged Killed By Death style of punk.
Irish addicts are treated like criminals, the treatment options available to them are laughable, and worst of all, the government doesn't appear to see a problem with any of its drug policies.