Legal Drugs, Illegal Purposes: The Escalating Abuse of Prescription Medications : Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, First Session, August 6, 2003, Field Hearing in Bangor, Maine
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Page 119 - He was the first post-doctoral fellow at the Margaret Chase Smith Center for Public Policy at the University of Maine and is now an Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of South Florida. His most recent related publications include "Schefferville: The Crisis in the Quebec-Labrador Iron Mining Region
Page 99 - Substance abuse should be accorded parity with other chronic, relapsing conditions insofar as access to care, treatment benefits, and clinical outcomes are concerned.
Page 21 - Gentlemen, thank you all very much for being with us this morning. We will put your entire statements in the record.
Page 60 - Collins, for allowing me the opportunity to speak with you this morning. I am here today to discuss an issue that I have seen grow to epidemic proportions over the past several years.