Brains, environments, and policy responses to addiction.

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W ith 1 in 8 deaths globally due to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs, the director-general of the World Health Organization (1) recently called for more scientifically informed public policies regarding addiction. In the United States, where an average of 91 people per day die of opioid overdose, a presidential task force is to present, on 27… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.aan0655

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@article{Humphreys2017BrainsEA, title={Brains, environments, and policy responses to addiction.}, author={Keith Humphreys and Robert C Malenka and Brian Knutson and Robert J Maccoun}, journal={Science}, year={2017}, volume={356 6344}, pages={1237-1238} }