antidrug


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antidrug

(ăn′tē-drŭg′, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Directed against the production, distribution, and use of illegal drugs.
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Palabay, in a statement issued by her group on Friday (July 5), said Duterte and enforcers of his antidrug campaign should be held accountable.
Under EO 66, the President designated the Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) as the lead agency in the implementation of this antidrug strategy.
The prevalence of antidrug antibodies (ADAb) to TNF-alpha blockers has been reported to be 20%-40% in RA, 25%-64% in ankylosing spondylitis, and about 33% in psoriasis, and evidence has shown that this is significantly reduced by the use of methotrexate, the investigators explained.
"[Regarding] Pakistan, we have held talks on Russia's possible assistance aimed at improving the counterterrorism and antidrug operations.
Viktor Ivanov is in Armenia in connection with the local antidrug operation 'Channel-Caucasus' that was conducted on 1-4
antidrug money--is: "If your laws don't work, change them.
Appropriated media campaign funds are then used to cover the costs of actually making the antidrug ads.
DMA will promote the National Youth Antidrug Media Campaign (www.mediacampaign.org) to its member companies through its Web site, daily e-mail bulletin, and biweekly newsletter.
* Those antidrug ads--the latest one is on page 33--have poked a hornet's nest of reader protest.
In the 1930s, the United States helped write and gain acceptance for two international antidrug conventions or treaties aimed at "suppressing" narcotics and "dangerous drugs." In 1948, the newly created UN made drug prohibition one of its priorities, and the UN Single Convention of 1961, supplemented by a series of subsequent antidrug treaties, established the current system of global drug prohibition (Bewley-Taylor 1999; Epstein 1977; King 1978; McAllister 1999; Musto 1987).
According to antidrug authorities, a total of 1.5 tons of illicit drugs, including 13 million amphetamine tablets, 250 kilograms of heroin, 107 kg of opium and 4.6 kg of Ecstasy, were destroyed.
McCaffrey said that in Beijing he had met with representatives of the "mini-Dublin Group," an informal association of developed countries, including Japan, which seeks to monitor and coordinate international antidrug efforts.