Estimate of hard-core users might be low

April 1998
Alcoholism Report;Apr98, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the method of monitoring the number of hard-core drug users in the United States. How the system works; Comparison between crack cocaine market and heroine use; Comments from General Barry McCaffrey, director of the White House Office of the National Drug Control.


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