Problem drug users known to Bristol general practitioners.

@article{Parker1987ProblemDU,
  title={Problem drug users known to Bristol general practitioners.},
  author={Jake Parker and M. Gonz{\'a}lez Gay},
  journal={The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  year={1987},
  volume={37 299},
  pages={260-3}
}
A 12-month prospective survey was undertaken of all 239 problem drug users known to general practitioners in Bristol and the doctors' attitudes towards them. The drug users were predominantly young, aged 15-35 years, and males outnumbered females by approximately two to one. Seventy-eight per cent had problems associated with opiates, almost invariably heroin, 10% had problems with stimulants (mainly amphetamine powder), and others had problems with hallucinogens, cannabis, barbiturates and… CONTINUE READING
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