Wednesday, October 13, 2010

“Nobel Prize Winner Advocates Legalization of Drugs”: (German: Oct. 10)

The bottom line:
“Mario Vargas Llosa, the Peruvian writer who on Thursday received the Nobel Prize, called for a legalization of all drugs. ‘This is the only solution,’ said the author, who is anything but a revolutionary and considers himself a liberal. ‘Traffic in drugs can’t be overcome with military means. It will persist as long as a demand for narcotics persists’.” For full report click here...(report in German)


At 6:27 PM, Blogger Jeffrey said...

Dr. Newman-- I'm not sure if we have already spoken with each other, but our interests appear to overlap. Are you part of a larger organization, or do you maintain this blog because of your own enthusiasm? I maintain a forum for opioid addicts, especially those using buprenorphine-- but methadone patients are welcome as well.

Neither affiliated in any way with a treatment center or pharmaceutical company.

Jeffrey T Junig MD PhD

At 4:56 PM, Anonymous NEOPha said...

Maybe we should but then again.


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