Last week, in part 1 of our series on harm reduction, Dr. Jeffrey Singer talked with us about the current state of Naloxone in America, and how to get it to those in need.

Today, in the 2nd part of this series, we explore Dr. Singer’s argument against the opioid prescribing limits that have been implemented by many states as a means to slow the opioid epidemic.

With more prescribing leniency, a nonprofit group’s bid to open a medically supervised drug injection site in Philadelphia could be the first of many alternative treatment methods.

Join us for part-2 of our series, where Dr. Singer provides his insight on an unprecedented court decision that could affect the way cities across the country address the opioid crisis.