Buprenorphine: Harm Reduction or Scourge?

November 7, 2011 at 10:21 pm Leave a comment

In 2007, the Baltimore Sun published a heavily reported exposé on abuse and street sales of buprenorphine, a drug that had been hailed as a breakthrough for treating opiate addiction. Here’s a critical look at the series from Columbia Journalism Review.


Entry filed under: Essays and criticism, News and investigative, Newspapers and magazines.

A World Without Public Radio Honorably Discharged…Into a Recession

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