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LGBTQI people who use drugs during COVID-19 in Thailand: Health, equality, and intersectionality

As Thailand battles another wave of COVID-19 infections, government authorities and businesses must prioritize the health of people, without neglecting marginalized groups who are systematically targeted by law enforcement, criminalised,…

Is public discourse on drug overdoses improving?

This article today in the Washington Post caught my attention: Drug overdoses deaths soared to a record 93,000 last year The death toll jumped by more than 21,000, or nearly…

Silence costs lives: The World Drug Report 2021 and the importance of political courage

“Drugs cost lives” – so begins the preface of the World Drug Report 2021, the flagship annual publication from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) which is…

The Comforting Prospect Of Lockdown

Antineoplastic drugs were introduced in the 12 months 1940 to the medical discipline. Russian hospitals can begin giving the antiviral drug, which is registered beneath the name Avifavir, to sufferers…

Anniversaries

Sharing with you a post I made today to a different audience… __________ This is a disturbing anniversary. Today, June 17, is 50 years since President Nixon declared drugs “public…