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by Gabriel G. Nahas
Author: Gabriel G. Nahas
Publisher: Pergamon (January 1, 1981)
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The book is composed of 49 chapters, which were divided into five parts
The book is composed of 49 chapters, which were divided into five parts. A paper on pharmacological cure, specifically for tobacco and alcohol abuse, is presented, as well as the effects of marijuana on the reproductive system. Lists with This Book.
eBook ISBN: 9781483140940. Perspective for the Eighties. Learning from the Past to Cope with the Future. Drug Use and Drug Abuse: A Statistical Correlation with Implications for Prevention. Drug Law Enforcement: Successes, Pitfalls, and Essential Requirements. International Drug Control: The Role of the United States.
the Modern World : A Perspective for the Eighties - Symposium Proceedings.
Drug Abuse in the Modern World : A Perspective for the Eighties - Symposium Proceedings. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Hardback 320 pages. Dimensions 16. x 24. 4 x 2. mm 79. 8g. Publication date 01 Mar 1981. Publisher ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.
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Drug Abuse in the Modern World: A perspective for the Eighties
Drug Abuse in the Modern World: A perspective for the Eighties. II. New York, Pergamon Press, In. 255-259. National workshop on the use and abuse of psychotropic drugs in the Philippines. Manila, Philippines, Dangerous Drugs Board; mbo Plan Bureau. The book explains the obligations of parties to the conventions and shows how parties should formulate their national drug policies and legislation to conform with the aims and purposes of the international drug conventions. Readers are also guided in the formulation of alternative policies allowing adaptation of the provisions of the conventions to national situations.
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Gabriel Georges Nahas (March 4, 1920 – June 28, 2012) was an anesthesiologist known for his advocacy against marijuana use and for the illegality of drugs. He worked at Walter Reed Medical Center Columbia University and later New York University. His mother Gabrielle Wolff Nahas, was French, and his father Bishara Nahas (1887-1929), was a Lebanese agricultural engineer and merchant who emigrated to the United States and then gained recognition for his timely book on King Tut-ankh-amun.
Nahas has always been anti-marijuana and this book is not an exception. His findings have influenced the decisions of politicians world wide to continue the criminalization of a drug used by humans freely for thousands of years
Nahas has always been anti-marijuana and this book is not an exception. He is a disgrace to science. His findings have influenced the decisions of politicians world wide to continue the criminalization of a drug used by humans freely for thousands of years. But his findings were absolutely untrue, they were one of the greatest examples of junk science in modern history.
Dr. Gabriel G. Nahas with Nancy Reagan in the early 1980s. In 1972, he published his first book about the dangers of the drug, Marihuana: Deceptive Weed
He was 92. The cause was a respiratory infection, his family said. Dr. In 1972, he published his first book about the dangers of the drug, Marihuana: Deceptive Weed.