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The Link Between Drug Policy and Access to Medicines
Some 75% of the world’s population live in mostly low and middle income countries in which effective pain-relieving medicines are largely inaccessible.
How Much of a Disaster Will Trump's Drug Policies Be?
Increased access to medication treatment for opioids is actually one of the few potential bright spots for drug policy in the near future.
Rethinking New Zealand’s Racist Drug Laws
Around 40 percent of Māori in jail are there because of minor drug possession or supply charges.
Drug-related infectious diseases in Europe Update from the EMCDDA expert network.
Advancing drug policy reform: A new approach to decriminalization Building on current partial decriminalization models that have helped to achieve more effective drug policies and positive outcomes, with a greater emphasis on justice, dignity and human rights, this report advocates ending all penalties on people who use drugs.
Rapid response to editorial: The war on drugs has failed: doctors should lead calls for drug policy reform The war on drugs has failed and doctors should lead calls for drug policy reform say BMJ editor in chief, Fiona Godlee and features and debates editor, Richard Hurley.