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"gordon caddick" Discussed on Crackdown

Crackdown

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"gordon caddick" Discussed on Crackdown

"This is. It's not fair and it's not right. It's inhumane this is not right. This is Canada. You're twenty nine and people are dying because they're trying to have a better quality of life with a prescription drug that is legal instead of being on the street or break it into fuck it. Houses houses aerobic jewelry stores. And that's where lots of people are. And that's not because they want to be there. It's because they have no fucking choice. Is there anything that's a mystery. You still vote. What happened that? You'd want to know the answer to when when they knew scientifically that this was not working properly for people and they and and we had to go through anyways. Why are you torturing us what why as you want to know why they why they made the switch? Yes and why did they have. They not made it available to those who want it back especially when there. There is a crisis an opiate crisis going on. That's killing four people a day. Why not what? The fuck is wrong with you. People we sent Allan Crop Pharmaceuticals questions about our story. They wrote that they quote kindly declined to comment. The provincial ministry. History of health also did not respond to our inquiries the BC college a pharmacist also declined our request for an interview instead. They provided us with a one sentence statement quote vote using a commercially available drug over a pharmacy. Compounded drug is a required practice for public safety. Today Ray is still on Methadone. Laura or an Eireann met at all an alternative to methodists that we found last summer seems to work better but shortages mean that only around seventy people. NBC Have Been Able able to get special access two weeks ago. Laura's pharmacy told her they're running out. This is the the story of thousands but it's also she risk Watan story. I interviewed series for an article back in two thousand fourteen. She'd been on Methadone for a decade and she hadn't used for years and years she told me but after the switch it was withdrawal and back to dope. I was really sad. Go back to that stuff. I thought it was over. She said why would they changed something. That's already working after that cherise never really. We found treatment that worked for her and she tried many. She never got more than a few hours piece from Dope Cygnus and now how she's gone. I don't really know how to talk about this much more than that. We're going to have a proper memorial for her and I'll probably have more to say later but now be palm and crackdown have some demands. I we demand access to the the old Methadone immediately and we demand choice suboxone slow release. Oral Morphine injectable dilaudid prescription heroin. Whatever give us what works works and so this never happens again? We demand to have a say in policy decisions about our lives nothing about us without us and we demand policy from the Ministry of Health. The College of Pharmacists. ABC and from Mallon Crop Pharmaceutical. And finally we demand and a formal investigation into why methodists failed. You know normally play on a full body jumbo or are we just sit on the stairs or something like that. Crackdown is produced on the territories of the Muslim squamish and Sleigh with with nations Crackdowns editorial board is Simona Marsh shelter. Caster Greg Fess Jeff. Loudon Dean Wilson Laura Shaver Dave Murray Al Fowler. You're and cherise cotton. I'm Garth mullins host writer and executive producer. You can follow me on twitter at Garth mullins commit. Crackdown is produced by Alexander. Kim Lisa Hail Samphan and Gordon Caddick this month. Our lead editorial consultant was Laura Shaver and our lead. The producer was Samphan. Are Signs Adviser Is Ryan McNeil a research scientist and leader of the qualitative and community based research program of the BBC Center on substances. Ryan is also an assistant. Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia Music for this episode was written and performed by Samphan Jacob Dryden and myself itself. Crackdown theme song was written by Salmon. I with accompaniment from Dave Jen's and Ben Admin highmore and we also heard music from ray so we make this podcast with funds from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada subscribed assigned I tunes stitcher. Or wherever you get your podcasts. If you like what you're hearing leave us a review you can also follow us on twitter at crackdown pod. Our website is at CRACKDOWN POD DOT COM. You can email us at Info at crackdown POD DOT COM and you up so drops the last Wednesday of every month. Thanks for listening. Here's a little blues instrumental.

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"gordon caddick" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gordon caddick" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"This is ninety nine percent invisible i'm roman mars of the coast of north carolina there is a thin stretch of islands call the outer banks picture a narrow ribbon of sand that runs along the coast for two hundred miles these islands are three miles across at their widest and only two hundred yards and their narrowest and there's one part of the outer banks that used to be especially treacherous for ships it's called cape hatteras that's reporter gordon caddick of a podcast called cited the cape is known for choppy seas and strong ocean currents since the sixteenth century these waves have caused a lot of shipwrecks over a thousand according to the national park service the areas become known as the graveyard of the atlantic so many sailors were dying that in the late seventy hundreds congress authorized the construction of a giant lighthouse it would illuminate the dangerous passage and make the outer banks less deadly the lighthouse went up than a small town called buxton north carolina right near cape hatteras and the people of buxton they love this lighthouse generations of families there have helped maintain it but you know this which are grandfather did is which are great grandfather did this is danny couch he's descended from english pirates and his family goes back nine generations in north carolina today danny leads tours of the outer banks gordon win on one of those two hours last summer but we've got three meritas symbols in this fetch thumper wasps were statue of liberty number bill bridge in at thumper three the granddaddy of umberto ally though fluttering eighteen film dave on with my house bathrooms on the ride leaving the you on organized crime a.

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"gordon caddick" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gordon caddick" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"This is ninety nine percent invisible i'm roman mars of the coast of north carolina there is a thin stretch of islands call the outer banks picture a narrow ribbon of sand that runs along the coast for two hundred miles these islands are three miles across at their widest and only two hundred yards and their narrowest and there's one part of the outer banks that used to be especially treacherous for ships it's called cape hatteras that's reporter gordon caddick of a podcast called cited the cape is known for choppy seas and strong ocean currents since the sixteenth century these waves have caused a lot of shipwrecks over a thousand according to the national park service the areas become known as the graveyard of the atlantic so many sailors were dying that in the late seventy hundreds congress authorized the construction of a giant lighthouse it would illuminate the dangerous passage and make the outer banks less deadly the lighthouse went up than a small town called buxton north carolina right near cape hatteras and the people of buxton they love this lighthouse generations of families there have helped maintain it but you know this which are grandfather did is which are great grandfather did this is danny couch he's descended from english pirates and his family goes back nine generations in north carolina today danny leads tours of the outer banks gordon win on one of those two hours last summer but we've got three meritas symbols in this fetch thumper wasps were statue of liberty number bill.

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"gordon caddick" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"gordon caddick" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Crosstown clinic is doing some renovations this month the knocking down walls and expanding the pharmacy and they hope that this will let them squeeze at least thirty more patients in dr mcdonald says just about every day someone will come up and knock on the window looking to get an but for now cross town is an exclusive club and membership is closed heroin town was produced by sam fan gordon caddick alexander kim and travis looping of the podcast cited visit their website cited podcasts dot com for more stories about how research shapes our lives life of the loss senior producers tony and are postproduction editors are cures to inch as with heidel and rachel came our engineer was howard gilman of kqed radio in san francisco the music in this episode was composed by producer in costs if you like stories about the law that have gotten tripped up by the legal system tune into life of the law on i tunes take a few minutes to post your review like us on facebook and follow us on twitter each time we publish new episode we send everyone who subscribe to our newsletter ah behind the scenes look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming investigative reports we're a nonprofit project of the tide center and were part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate you can also find life of the law on p r ex public radio exchange were funded by the open society foundations the law and society association and the national science foundation were also funded by eu visit our website life of the law dot org and make a very much appreciated donation.

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