‘Uppers’ keep going up

01 November 2007

Focuses on a warning that a co-ordinated global response is needed to stop the increasing illegal use of amphetamines sold on the internet.

Dr Raj Persaud speaks to Professor Hamid Ghodse (Director for the International Centre for Drug Policy) about an editorial in the October issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry which warns that a co-ordinated global response is needed to stop the increasing illegal use of amphetamines (’uppers’) sold on the internet.

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