Megaphone #97 features part two of its three-part series on the history of drug use and policy in Vancouver. In this issue, we go deep into the heart of harm reduction and talk about why it works, what needs to improve and what is standing in its way.
We also look at harm reduction by means of Naloxone, a drug that counteracts the effects of heroin, and how it can be used to save people from overdosing.
Also in this issue: Megaphone discusses policy changes that could help reduce child poverty; Megaphone vendor Sid Bristow works hard to achieve a cross-country bike adventure; Save-On-Meats gets the Oprah Winfrey treatment and David Suzuki talks about why it’s important to be science literate.
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