Thursday, July 10, 2008


From Worcester, Mass., news of fierce opposition to a bill that would support expansion of a program to train "peers" to provide a narcotic antagonist, Narcan, to save lives in cases of overdose (Telegram and Gazette, 14 June). Such intervention has been documented as effective in saving lives, but opponents denounce it as "coddling" and "giving a false sense of hope" to drug users. Go figure!


At 5:15 AM, Blogger Shifting Sands said...

cool post

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