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Cocaine Use In Decline Due To Image And Austerity [Headlines]

Cocaine Use In Decline Due To Image And Austerity [Headlines]

The drug is losing its role as a part of an affluent lifestyle as consequences are becoming more severe and legal repercussions are harsher.

Liz Walsh
  • 15 november 2011

In Europe, as in the United States and Canada, cocaine use is falling, as its positive connotations are diminishing due to recognition of emergency room visits and related deaths. However, there are concerns about an increase in HIV outbreaks due to heroin injections. Financial Times.

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