The politics of the heroin addict

If a society is judged by how its cares for its most vulnerable, we are basically faced with a test of what we are willing to try to help the most beleaguered. Consider the heroin addict.

Q&A: Dr. Perry Kendall on Heroin-Assisted Treatment

Dr. Perry Kendall is the provincial health officer for British Columbia. He is the former president of the Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario and served on advisory panel for the NAOMI study. In light of Rona Ambrose’s announcement, The Globe and Mail talked to him about heroin-assisted treatment. Here is part of the conversation.


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