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Epidemiologic Trends in Drug Abuse

Epidemiologic Trends in Drug Abuse

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E
PIDEMIOLOGIC
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RENDSIN
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RUG
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BUSE
Proceedings of the CommunityEpidemiology Work Group
Highlights and Executive Summary
January 2007
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICESNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
 
Proceedings of the Community Epidemiology Work Group, January 2007 1
NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE
Proceedings of the CommunityEpidemiology Work Group
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICESNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTHDivision of Epidemiology, Servicesand Prevention ResearchNational Institute on Drug Abuse6001 Executive BoulevardBethesda, Maryland 20892
 
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H
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Proceedings of the Community Epidemiology Work Group, January 2007 ii 
The National Institute on Drug Abuse(NIDA) acknowledges the contributions made by the representatives of the Community Epi-demiology Work Group (CEWG) who pre- pare the reports presented at the meetings.Appreciation is extended also to other partici- pating researchers who contribute informa-tion. This publication was prepared by Masi-Max Resources, Inc., under contract number  N01-DA-1-5514 from the National Instituteon Drug Abuse.The information presented in this
 ExecutiveSummary
is from the
 Abstracts
and Power-Point slides prepared by 22 CEWG represen-tatives for the CEWG meeting in San Anto-nio, Texas; tape recordings from the half-daymeeting; and the information providedthrough followup telephone conference callsin February. Data/information supplementalto the meeting presentations and discussionshave been included in this report.All material in this volume is in the publicdomain and may be reproduced or copiedwithout permission from the Institute or theauthors. Citation of the source is appreciated.The U.S. Government does not endorse or favor any specific commercial product. Tradeor proprietary names appearing in this publi-cation are used only because they are consid-ered essential in the context of the studiesreported herein.
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 National Institute on Drug Abuse NIH Publication No. 07-6200Printed
August 2007
 

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