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Reference HV8073.T55 2006
Reference RA1017.E53 2005
Reference HV8073.B425 2004
Reference RA1057.55.P34 2004
Describes numerous drugs of abuse, including both pharmaceutical and natural products. Begins with a discussion of federal drug scheduling and drug categories. Individual drug descriptions include: correct pronunciation, nicknames or street names, legal status, historical and present uses and misuses, abuse factors, interactions with other drugs, and findings of cancer risks and birth defects.
Reference HV8073.B426 2004
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