Canada has quietly legalized one of the most dangerous, addictive, expensive, and death-causing drugs in the market — heroin — to treat patients who are severely addicted to opioids. Under Health Canada’s Special Access Program, doctors in Canada can prescribe pharmaceutical-grade heroin or prescription heroin — otherwise known as diacetylmorphine — to treat treatment-resistant addicts “in cases where traditional treatment has failed, is unsuitable, or is unavailable.”
To reduce the number of opioid overdose deaths, the amended drug regulations allow severe addicts to receive free heroin injections at any clinic or healthcare facility that offers the provocative drug treatment.
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