The economic costs of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs in Canada, 1992.

@article{Single1998TheEC,
  title={The economic costs of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs in Canada, 1992.},
  author={Eric Single and Lynda S. Robson and X Xie and J{\"u}rgen Rehm},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={1998},
  volume={93 7},
  pages={
          991-1006
        }
}
UNLABELLED AIMS, DESIGN AND SETTING: The economic costs of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs in Canadian society in 1992 are estimated utilizing a cost-of-illness framework and recently developed international guidelines. MEASUREMENTS For causes of disease or death (using ICD-9 categories), pooled relative risk estimates from meta-analyses are combined with prevalence data by age, gender and province to derive the proportion attributable to alcohol, tobacco and/or illicit drugs. The… Expand
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