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Heroin in the Age of Crack-Cocaine

Heroin in the Age of Crack-Cocaine

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January 1998 | 312 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book presents an historical overview of heroin use in the USA, as well as articles by experts in the field which focus on current developments and emerging trends in prevention, treatment, distribution and consumption. Filling a void in the literature on what is known about the `new' heroin users, this volume also updates the reader on the status of ageing heroin-addicted populations who initiated use of the drug prior to the `age of cocaine'.
James A Inciardi and Lana D Harrison
The Re-Emergence of Heroin in the Age of Crack-Cocaine

Timothy Kinlock, Thomas E Hanlon and David N Nurco
Heroin Use in the United States
History and Development

James A Inciardi, Duane C McBride and Hilary L Surratt
The Heroin Street Addict
Profiling a National Population

Dale D Chitwood, Mary Comerford and Norman L Weatherby
The Initiation of the Use of Heroin in the Age of Crack
Ann F Brunswick and Stephen P Titus
Heroin Patterns and Trajectories in an African American Cohort (1969-1990)
Bruce D Johnson and Andrew Golub
Trends in Heroin Use among Manhattan Arrestees from the Heroin and Crack Eras
Alan Neaigus et al
Trends in the Non-Injected Use of Heroin and Factors Associated with the Transition to Injecting
Jerome J Platt et al
Methadone Maintenance Treatment
Its Development and Effectiveness after Thirty Years

Geoffrey Hunt and Marsha Rosenbaum
`Hustling' within the Clinic
Consumer Perspectives on Methadone Maintenance Treatment

Jean-Paul Grund
The New Heroin Users in the USA
What Lessons Can Be Learned from the Diffusion of Heroin Inhalation in The Netherlands To Prevent Large Scale Transitions to Injecting Drug Use


James A. Inciardi

Lana D. Harrison

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