Sydney’s Medically Supervised Injection Centre (MSIC) is celebrating 20 years – that’s more than 1.2 million injections supervised without one death.
It was the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and faced fierce criticism when it opened but the centre’s Medical Director says it was the last “brave” thing the government did for drug reform.
Source: ABC Radio National Breakfast with Fran Kelly
Guest: Dr Marianne Jauncey, Medical Director of Sydney’s Medically Supervised Injection Centre
Producer: Carly Williams
Duration: 11min 50sec
Broadcast: Thu 6 May 2021, 6:35am