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Sally Satel, M.D.
How Political Correctness is Corrupting Medicine
About the Author
Medicine and Psychiatry
Tobacco Harm Reduction
Access to Maintenance Medications for Opioid Addiction Is Expanding. Prisons Need to Get on Board.
Surgeon general urges public to carry opioid antidote Narcan
Pill Limits Are Not a Smart Way to Fight the Opioid Crisis
Naloxone, Yes, But 3 Other Drugs Are Essential to Fight the Opioid Epidemic
The Myth of What’s Driving the Opioid Crisis: Doctor-prescribed painkillers are not the biggest threat.
Opioid Prescription Control: When The Corrective Goes Too Far
Study Shows Two Addiction Medications Similar But Drop Out Rates High: Three Possible Remedies
Chairman Greg Walden on the opioid crisis: What can Congress do?
May court send drug-using thief to jail for violating no-drugs probation condition?
Addiction Shouldn’t Excuse Criminal Acts
What the New Surgeon General Should Do About E-Cigarettes
Commonwealth v. Julie Eldred
Some People Still Need Opioids
Is Addiction a Disease? An Interview with Dr. Sally Satel
Sally Satel on Combating the Opioid Crisis
Taking On the Scourge of Opioids
Calling it ‘brain disease’ makes addiction harder to treat
Deaths of despair: Opioids, community, and the economy
Fighting the opioid epidemic: A Q&A with Sally Satel
Discussing the opioid epidemic: Satel on C-SPAN’s ‘Washington Journal’
Saving Lives Is the First Imperative in the Opioid Epidemic
How to Treat an Opioid Epidemic
Shortcuts to Addiction
What the Surgeon General Gets Wrong About Addiction
The Addiction Doctor Isn’t in
If Addiction is not Best Conceptualized a Brain Disease, then What Kind of Disease is it?
What to do about heroin addicts who keep OD’ing
Getting Meds: Why does government make it so hard?
Is addiction a brain disease?
What Smart Folk Snort Coke
When Harm Reduction Harms Heroin Addicts
What Government Researchers Get Wrong About Addiction
Can Shame Be Useful?
What Drug Czar Botticelli Got Wrong On ’60 Minutes’
Should Drug Addicts Be Forced Into Treatment? Compelled Drug Addiction Treatment Works Because of Retention
In fight against opioid crisis, civil commitment can save lives
Why Public Health Advocates Care More About Heroin Addicts Than Smokers
Why Heroin Use Is Surging Among Women–And What To Do About It
Kicking the Habit: If addiction is a brain disease, addicts are mad, sick and defective. If it’s a failure of will, users are bad, immoral and weak.
The War on Drugs: Featuring Gov. Gary Johnson and Dr. Kevin Sabet, Moderated by Dr. Sally Satel
Addiction and the brain-disease fallacy
Happy Birthday, Methadone!
Breaking the Bond of Heroin and Painkillers
We’re Not Powerless Against Oreos
The Science of Choice in Addiction
Amy Winehouse’s Killers
Addiction and Freedom
Addiction Doesn’t Discriminate? Wrong
In Praise of Stigma
Addiction isn’t a brain disease, Congress.