The report on Ontario overdose deaths also suggests a disproportionate number of racialized drug users are dying during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company will admit that it “knowingly and intentionally conspired and agreed with others to aid and abet” the use of its drugs.
How a genetically modified super poppy from Tasmania provided enough opiods to flood America.
Experts say Amazon could be tracking opioid usage to determine where to open warehouses, monitor for package theft, or simply because it loves data.
Exclusive data shows drug distributor McKesson supplied the vast majority of painkillers to Native American communities across the U.S. during the opioid epidemic.
We arranged a meeting in Shanghai with a synthetic-drug merchant for our podcast “Painkiller: America’s Fentanyl Crisis.”
We shadowed cartel members in Mexico along every step of the fentanyl supply chain.
The U.S. is conducting clinical trials of deep brain stimulation for opioid addiction, but ethical questions abound.
In the Downtown Eastside, ground zero for Canada’s opioid crisis, a new wave of fatal overdoses has Vancouver's top doctor worried.
An emergency harm reduction strategy allows dependent drug users to take home medical replacements for fentanyl, meth, and other street drugs.
Quarantined people have to go out to get their prescriptions and can't get a backup supply.
Some Vancouver harm reduction advocates are taking a DIY approach to B.C.’s intersecting health emergencies.