Review of the National Survey on Drug Use and Health

The ongoing drug epidemic has been called the worst public health crisis in American history. Overdose death rates continue to rise, killing a record number of people every year. But before an effective solution can be found, the problem must be clearly defined. This way, legislators, policymakers, the medical community, and addiction experts can focus their efforts whenever they are the most needed.

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Review of the National Survey on Drug Use and Health