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Old February 20th, 2006, 10:42
sysadmin sysadmin is offline
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Harm reduction-the cannabis paradox

"Holland, having the most liberalized drug laws, does not have more cannabis users (over age twelve) than do more repressive countries, and the per capita number of heroin users is also lower."
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Old August 20th, 2008, 20:46
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Re: Harm reduction-the cannabis paradox

Hi users and friends i am again back as a new member but i have lots of views for you topic.This article examines harm reduction from a novel perspective. Its central thesis is that harm reduction is not only a social concept, but also a biological one. More specifically, evolution does not make moral distinctions in the selection process, but utilizes a cannabis-based approach to harm reduction in order to promote survival of the fittest.


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