Prescribing Drugs of Addiction

Connell, P. H.; Beckett, H. Dale; Boyd, Philip; Christie, G.; Gupta, S. Das; Denham, John; Edwards, J. Guy; Haldane, F. P.; Hassall, H.; Lottinga, K. H. M.; Mack, John W.; McClure, J. L.; Oppenheim, G. B.; Owens, John; Rathod, M. H.; Reed, John L.; Sedman, G.; Tredgold, R. F.; Bewley, Thomas H.; Edwards, James Griffith
May 1970
British Medical Journal;5/16/1970, Vol. 2 Issue 5706, p422
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