Thursday, 2 October 2008

Drug treatment programmes - an expensive flop?

click here to go to the blogA record 202,000 people went through drug treatment programmes in England last year, reports the BBC, but only 7,300 addicts, or 3.6% of the total, left the programmes drug-free. Julian Baggini on the Guardian site insists that "harm reduction is usually a more realistic, reasonable and humane objective" ....

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