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Illicit Drug use in Australia: Epidemiology, use patterns and associated harm (2nd edition)

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Monograph Series No 63 - This Monograph is an updated version of Monograph No. 43, and provides an evidence base for the National Drugs Campaign. The Report focusses on the epidemiology, use patterns and harm associated with heroin, meth/amphetamines, cocaine, cannabis, ecstasy and LSD. It also examines trends in the use of each of these drugs, including prevalence of use, the demographic characteristics of users and routes of administration.

Report prepared for Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
2007


Illicit drug use in Australia: Epidemiology, use patterns and associated harm. (2nd Edition) (PDF 300 KB)

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