Morphine sulphate consumption by French drug users



Memo, OFDT, 16 p.
July 2014

The use of morphine sulphate outside of the scope of the therapeutic framework is not a new phenomenon. However, starting in 2000 and for a decade thereafter, such use appeared to be fairly controlled, geographically-contained and volatile over time. Since 2011 or so, there has been a rise in demand that is disparate, but geographically widespread.

Authors : Agnès Cadet-Taïrou, Michel Gandilhon

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