Reducing drug-related harm: What the evidence tells us
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Computing, Health and Science
Exercise, Biomedical and Health Science
Drug-related problems cause significant concern in many of the world's communities, and is much debate and contention about how best these harms can be addressed. In this book, the authors explore how contemporary theories and research can be used to guide effective responses to alcohol, tobacco and other drug-related harm.
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