New study explains why deaths soared in 2016-2017. Drug seizure data used to unlock deadly mystery. Can drug seizure data be used to save lives?read more
A lot less than you think.read more
Blaming heroin addicts is easy. It’s also wrong. Gov. Kasich doesn’t want to talk about fentanyl killing cocaine and meth users.read more
“Ask your doctor if cannabis is right for you.”read more
Official government policy is to learn nothing about the dangers of fentanyl analogs. This ignorance is costing lives in Ohio.read more
Almost nothing is known about the dangers of fentanyl analogs. They are Schedule I drugs, and research is largely prohibited, even on risk and safety. As a result, a group of drugs has killed thousands of Ohioans, yet the medical profession knows close to nothing about why.read more
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Drug policies based on science, compassion, health and human rights.
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Cauchon is a journalist who created this site to report on and advocate for harm reducing drug policies in Ohio. A former national reporter at USA TODAY, Cauchon was a Knight Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan Medical School and has won various awards. He lives in Granville, Ohio.
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