Dr. Jeffrey Singer is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and works in the Department of Health Policy Studies. He is a nationally recognized thought leader in health policy, particularly the harmful effects of drug prohibition.
He has written extensively about the importance of harm reduction. He recently published a report titled, “Cops Practicing Medicine”, a well-researched analysis of America’s poorly constructed prohibition policies, and its effects on the patient-doctor relationship.
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