69. Amphetamine, Heroin and Cocaine with Prof Aldo Badiani

  This week’s episode features Professor Aldo Badiani who is Professor of Pharmacology at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology of Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). Professor Badiani received his doctoral degree in Medicine and Surgery from Sapienza University of Rome and carried out post-doctoral research in Italy (CNR), Canada (CSBN), and USA (University of  …


The Cocaine Vape - A concept of a harm reduction device for current users of smokable cocaine forms

Authors Fabian P Steinmetz, Heino Stöver Published October 16, 2021 Although there are great regional differences, smokable forms of cocaine (crack, free-base, paco, etc.) are a drug complex associated with often harmful and problematic drug use patterns. While strategies based on drug prohibition did not eradicate the consumption of smokable cocaine forms, prohibition itself led  …


#35 - Crack Cocaine

This week’s episode features Carl Hart, professor of neuroscience and psychology at Columbia University in New York. Professor Nutt and professor Hart discuss drug addiction and its political context in the US. Are drug policies racist? Were they made to help or to harm? What does the declaration of independence have to do with drug  …