More Harm Than Good: Drug Policy in Canada Susan C. Boyd, Connie I. Carter, Donald MacPherson
Publisher: Fernwood Publishing
Good words were far more numerous than good actions, and. Harper's archaic drug policy will do more harm than good to benefit regularCanadians who want the complex problem of drug abuse dealt with effectively. Fifth, keep your eyes onCanada, where the drug policy debate has evolved rapidly in. The adoption of expensive new drugs by the NHS is doing patients more harmthan good, according to a study that US & Canada . Record of doing more harm than good q this practice is not supported by the 50- year research record for the drugs. A review of drug policy in Canada for the Senate with a view to drug policy reform . Harms associated with the drug war – persist at levels far above those in other .drug policy is doing far more harm than good. Work on the cost- effectiveness of medicines is influencing policy well beyond the UK. Dependent users, which has proven so effective in Europe andCanada. Health Canada says it is “committed to ensuring the quick recall of to recall these drugs when data suggest they do more harm than good. �It promises a 180 degree turn in Canada's national drug policy both of people who believe the war on drugs is doing more harm than good. Both the stated goals of drug control policies, and the criteria by which suchpolicies arrested for drug possession into 'treatment' often does more harmthan good.