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Drug addiction should be health issue, not criminal (Crosstown Clinic)

Canada is currently in the midst of an opioid overdose crisis.

Are drug dealers who mix fentanyl into heroin serial killers? (Dr. Scott MacDonald)

Aiyanas Ormond with advocacy group the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users says Olsen’s comparison “really misses the mark.”

Dr. John Gill discuss aHUS on Roundhouse Radio

Dr. Gill discuses aHUS on Roundhouse Radio.

Langley teen seeks funding for $750,000 drug Soliris

Another Langley family is seeking provincial funding for the $750,000 life-saving drug Soliris.

Crystal methamphetamine: the 'elephant in the room' on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Crouched on the wet floor of the Overdose Prevention Society's trailer on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, Cody Waldner talks about the first time he got high on crystal methamphetamine.

For opiate addiction, study finds drug-assisted treatment is more effective than detox (Dr. Bohdan Nosyk, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS)

Say you’re a publicly-insured Californian with an addiction to heroin, fentanyl or prescription narcotics, and you want to quit.

Hospital security guards increasingly using force against Vancouver patients, raising questions of care

Early last October, Nicholas Ellan was admitted to Vancouver General Hospital as a psychiatric patient. A family member had expressed concern for him and contacted authorities.

Lights of Hope campaign returns with a bang (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

The countdown to Christmas officially began in Vancouver last night, as St. Paul’s Hospital was illuminated for this year’s Lights of Hope campaign.

EDITORIAL: Best waylaid plans (Crosstown Clinic)

The fentanyl crisis in B.C. is getting worse.

'Lights of Hope' shine on at St. Paul's Hospital

If you find yourself in downtown Vancouver near St. Paul’s Hospital one of these evenings, get ready to be wowed.

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