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Psychoactive Drugs Links

  1. Factual links

    Some of the websites providing factual information on Psychoactive Drugs:

    • 1.1 International institutions addressing psychoactive drugs
    • 1.2 Q&As and FAQs on psychoactive drugs
    • 1.3 News sites on drugs and drug addiction
    • 1.4 Websites for the non-specialist on psychoactive drugs
    • 1.5 Others
  2. Other Views
 

1. Factual links

1.1 International institutions addressing psychoactive drugs
1.2 Q&As and FAQs on psychoactive drugs
1.3 News sites on drugs and drug addiction
1.4 Websites for the non-specialist on psychoactive drugs
1.5 Others
  • The US Treatment Research Institute (TRI), an organization dedicated to reducing the impacts of drug abuse by disseminating evidence-based information, published an article entitled “Drug Dependence, A Chronic Medical Illness Implications for Treatment, Insurance, and Outcomes Evaluation":
     www.tresearch.org/resources/pubs/09_McLellan_JAMA.pdf
  • Foresight published a report entitled "Ethical Aspects of Developments in Neuroscience and Drug Addiction" within the framework of a project whose scope was “to explore the implications of future science, including social sciences, on addiction, drug use and treatments.":
     www.foresight.gov.uk/Previous_Projects/Brain_Science_Addiction_and_Drugs/
 

2. Other Views

Links in this section have been selected as examples of other views on Psychoactive Drugs. This list of links is only a sample and it is not suggested that it is complete nor that it is fully representative of all the existing views. GreenFacts asbl takes no position concerning the views expressed in these linked documents.

  • Ecstasy.org, a website attributing many positive impacts to ecstasy use, proposes “interviews with two foremost researchers into neurotoxicity who hold opposing views" on the toxicity of ecstasy:
    http://ecstasy.org/info/interviews.html 

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