San Diego's Effort to Reduce Prison Overcrowding Is Hitting Some Snags
Proposition 47 was meant to prevent minor drug offenders from being incarcerated and instead funneled into treatment. Thus far the plan has seen mixed results.
Low-Income Patients Are Less Likely to Get Cutting-Edge Experimental Treatments
A study confirms that people who make less than $50,000 a year are 37 percent less likely to participate in clinical trials for new cancer treatments—and that's bad news for everybody involved.
Who Does, and Who Doesn’t, Get Drug Treatment in Prison
New research finds a racial disparity.
Should Drug Treatment Aim to End Use or Reduce Harm?
Achieving one of those results is hard enough. And recent experiments suggest we may not be able to have both even if we want to.