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NCJ Number: 119694 Find in a Library
Title: Can Demand for Illicit Drugs be Reduced?
Journal: Bulletin on Narcotics  Volume:39  Issue:2  Dated:special issue (1987)  Pages:3-9
Author(s): S K Chatterjee
Date Published: 1987
Page Count: 7
Type: Research (Theoretical)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Austria
Annotation: This document calls for measures to promote the prevention of drug abuse.
Abstract: Enormous profits from drug trafficking and technological advances in communications and logistic systems will prompt the traffickers to increase further the illicit supply of and demand for drugs. This can be reduced only by concurrent implementation of both stringent drug law enforcement measures and programs for the prevention of drug abuse and for the treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicted persons. A need to develop innovative approaches to prevention and treatment and better methods for evaluating treatment programs are suggested. 26 references. (Author abstract modified)
Main Term(s): Drug regulation
Index Term(s): Drug abuse; Drug prevention programs; Drug treatment
Note: Special issue on the prevention and reduction of the illicit demand for drugs.
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