Fentanyl and Harm Reduction
A new study has linked a rise in fentanyl contamination in illicit drugs with the increase in overdose deaths among US adolescents.
This trend in overdoses has prompted policymakers and community aide groups across the country to invest more energy in harm reduction programs.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we explore why fentanyl contamination is becoming more common and what can we do to address the issue.
- Chelsea Leigh Shover, Assistant Professor-in-residence, UCLA
- Dennis Cauchon, President and Founder, Harm Reduction Ohio
- Dr. Mysheika W. Roberts, Health Commissioner, City of Columbus
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