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This study presents what we believe to be the first formal evaluation of the Taliban crackdown against opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan. Afghanistan was the main source of the world's illicit heroin supply for most of the 1990s. From late 2000 and the year that followed, the Taliban...
In February 2003, the Thai Government enacted a ‘war on drugs’ to reduce supply and demand for illicit drugs. This study aimed to examine the impact of this policy on injection drug users (IDUs) drug utilisation patterns and to explore IDU attitudes toward and experiences with the policy in...
Ketamine is a non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonist that acts as a dissociative anaesthetic with analgesic and amnestic properties. Ketamine has broad areas of application and is a rapidly acting, relatively safe analgesic and anaesthetic agent, particularly for children and is widely used in...
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