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The chinese drug scene part 1 history



The chinese drug scene part 1 history



Drug Forum 6(3): 235-248



The widespread abuse of opiates in China was examined in historical perspective. Political, economic and social changes in China affected drug abuse patterns and provided insight on reasons for the elimination of opiate use. Light is shed on why the contemporary use of opiates is continued elsewhere, and on some of the social and cultural influences on the American drug scene. To deal effectively with the abuse of drugs in the USA, lessons can be learned from cross-cultural evidence.

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