On Drugs explores the many ways that humans use drugs of all kinds.

On Drugs explores the many ways that humans use drugs of all kinds.

Since the dawn of time, drugs have profoundly influenced human existence. They’ve helped us beat cancer and become the gender we were born to be. They’ve made us more open to art and they’ve stirred our creative juices. They’ve also caused irreparable damage.

In On Drugs, CBC journalist Geoff Turner explores all the ways that drugs have impacted our lives.

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