Opportunities in Hispanic Drug Abuse Research

Published in: Drug and Alcohol Dependence, v. 84, suppl. 1, editorial, Sep. 2006, p. S1-S3

Posted on RAND.org on January 01, 2006

by Hortensia Amaro, Martin Y. Iguchi

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Identifies research opportunities for the scientific community in the understudied area of drug use and abuse among Hispanic populations.

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