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# harm reduction

Last year
Pilot scheme will see people at risk of opioid overdose given relief medication they can take at home
All time
'Medics are your mates': HSE launches harm-reduction campaign for drug users at music festivals
Dublin's approach to supporting drug users during pandemic saved lives, report finds
Lynn Ruane: Harm reduction should always come first with criminal drug policy
Lynn Ruane
Drug-testing at Irish festivals: Government criticised for delays forming 'working group'
Drug outreach services to be provided at Electric Picnic campsites
Fianna Fáil tweet about HSE being on crack 'not representative of party policy'
'She was frantic, her boyfriend had assaulted her and was going to make her do sex work'
Tony Duffin
Doctor's corner: The biggest problem with a zero tolerance approach to drug use
Dr Adam Winstock