Bob Stutman’s career as one of America’s highest-profile drug busters spans 25 years. As head of the DEA’s New York office, Bob had become so visible that a Colombian cartel targeted him for assassination. As one of the nation’s top experts on drugs, Bob speaks to thousands of people each year about today’s prescription drug epidemic and the shift from a society that abuses illegal drugs to a society that abuses pharmaceutical drugs. Bob shows what we’re up against and how we can empower and protect our patients, our communities and ourselves from what is one of the greatest health issues in the US today. Bob has been the special consultant on substance abuse for CBS News and PBS, and he has appeared on hundreds of national TV shows.
Bob joins Bottom Line president Bottom Line President Sarah Hiner to discuss what the doctors don’t know or understand about the pharmaceutical drugs they’re prescribing.
With opioids like morphine, Vicodin, Oxycontin and fentanyl contributing to “the worst drug epidemic in modern American history,” Bob Stutman,…
In this episode, Bob Stutman joins Bottom Line president Sarah Hiner to chronicle where and how kids are being subjected to drugs.
In this podcast, former head of the DEA’s New York office Bob Stutman discusses the drug culture shift and its implications with Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner.