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Remembering Roland Griffiths

The heartbreaking news of Dr.Roland Griffiths’s passing was given to the world yesterday, October 17th. Griffiths was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic colon cancer at 76.

Despite his diagnosis to be terminal, he remained optimistic about existence. In an interview with the New York Times, he reminded us that we all are mortal quoting. “We all know that we’re terminal.”

Dr.Griffiths was an illustrious psychopharmacology professor at Johns Hopkins and spent decades studying the mechanism of mood-altering drugs. During his research, he published over 400 scientific papers on opiates and cocaine, sedatives and alcohol, and nicotine and caffeine.

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Stories of a modern opioid eater

From Daquince’s use of opium to the modern era, many stories of opioid users have been lost. For that reason, we cover the stories of two opioid- users Benzzzy and Calvin, from what led them to their addiction, their difficulties during this period, their advice for people who might be going through addiction, and their current status.

In addition, we discuss the pharmacology student Anthony Furrule (@science_and_anonymous) about opioid prescription, opioid alternatives, the use of Ibogaine or its analogs for the treatment of addiction, and Narcan-resistant Fentanyl.

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