Modelling the future of drug policy -- where will we be in 2025?

Klein, Axel
August 2005
Drugs & Alcohol Today;Aug2005, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p13
Academic Journal
Focuses on the drug policy assessment conducted by the Office for Science and Technology in the form of the Foresight Project on Brain Science, Addiction and Drugs in Great Britain. Exploration of the opposed drug policies against some of the contextual and supporting factors; Significance of the attitude to and the treatment of addicts and addiction; Failure of law enforcement to reduce the availability of drugs. INSET: Treatment drugs to watch out for.


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