Thailand’s ‘war on drugs’ had unexpected consequences, new study says

Thailand's 'war on drugs' had unexpected consequences, new study says - AP, March 30, 2005
...A report on the study, published in the March issue of the International Journal of Drug Policy, said 70 percent of intravenous drug users surveyed claimed they stopped using heroin after the campaign began.
However, nearly a third of those who quit said they had switched to smoking methamphetamine or opium, according to the study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Chiang Mai University Research Institute for Health Sciences and the Northern Drug Treatment Center in Thailand...
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