VANCOUVER, BC – Law enforcement-based efforts criminalizing the possession of illicit substances have largely failed to reduce drug production, potency, or access, according to an assessment of global drug interdiction efforts published online this week by the British Medical Journal. Investigators from Canada and the United States reviewed government data to assess the long-term, global impact of enforcement-based supply reduction intervention […]
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