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Topic - Office Of National Drug Control Policy
The president's top adviser on drug policy urged those recovering from drug addiction to give hope to others by speaking out, saying that stigma and denial about substance abuse are obstacles to treatment.
A top White House drug policy official will visit Vermont next week to talk about innovative ways to beat opiate addiction as the state's fight against heroin continues to draw national attention.
A quarter to a third of young men drug tested as they passed through the District's criminal justice system had recently used synthetic marijuana, with positive results surprisingly high among those who screened negative for more conventional illegal drugs, according to a report released Wednesday.