illicit drugs

Illicit Drug Use and the Genetic Overlap with Cannabis Use

Citation
Vink, J. M., Veul, L., Abdellaoui, A., Hottenga, J. J., Boomsma, D. I., & Verweij, K. J. (2020). Illicit Drug Use and the Genetic Overlap with Cannabis Use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 108102.

Abstract

Background

The use of illicit substances is correlated, meaning that individuals who use one illicit substance are more likely to also use another illicit substance. This association could (partly) be explained by overlapping genetic factors. Genetic overlap may indicate a common underlying genetic predisposition, or can be the result of a causal association.

 

World Drug Day : Let your voice be heard

Created by
Njoya Mathias
Publication Date

!!!!LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!!!!

 

 In view of the celebration of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking which is also called World Drug Day, coming up on June, 26th.

 

Celebrating under the theme "Better knowledge for better care" YADAF is given you an opportunity to voice out your message about Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

 

The Rapidly Changing Composition of the World's Drug Supply and Its Effects on High-Risk for COVID-19

Arizona, United States,
The second of two presentations by Thom Browne Jr. (MA Criminal Justice, CEO of Colombo Plan) on the emerging and rapidly-changing properties of illicit drugs and their cutting agents that put substance users worldwide at high-risk for near- and long-term chronic health problems, overdose (fatal & non-fatal), and increased vulnerability to both the acquisition of viruses like COVID-19 and more severe complications from the virus.

The Rapidly Changing Composition of the World's Drug Supply and Its Effects on High-Risk for COVID-19

Arizona, United States,
The first of two presentations by Thom Browne Jr. (MA Criminal Justice, CEO of Colombo Plan) on the emerging and rapidly-changing properties of illicit drugs and their cutting agents that put substance users worldwide at high-risk for near- and long-term chronic health problems, overdose (fatal & non-fatal), and increased vulnerability to both the acquisition of viruses like COVID-19 and more severe complications from the virus.

The Rapidly Changing Composition of the World's Drug Supply and Its Effects on High-Risk for COVID-19

It is our pleasure to announce two presentations by Thom Browne Jr. (MA Criminal Justice, CEO of Colombo Plan) on the emerging and rapidly-changing properties of illicit drugs and their cutting agents that put substance users worldwide at high-risk for near- and long-term chronic health problems, overdose (fatal & non-fatal), and increased vulnerability to both the acquisition of viruses like COVID-19 and more severe complications from the virus.

14th European Congress on Heroin Addiction & Related Clinical Problems

Grenoble,

EUROPAD exists to improve the lives of opiate misusers and their families and to reduce the impact of illicit drug use on society as a whole.

The association works to develop opiate addiction treatment in Europe but also aims to make a major contribution to the knowledge of, and attitudes to, addiction treatment worldwide.

European Drugs Summer School

Lisbon, Portugal,

The 2020 edition of the 'Summer school on illicit drugs Europe' will take place from 29 June-10 July 2020.