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During the thirty years since World War II, the manufacture and use of drugs have risen tremendously, especially those whose site of action is the nervous system. Added to the existing world problems during the past decade, the use and abuse of dangerous drugs and narcotics escalated to an alarming degree, regardless of all the expertise and funding mustered to stem the tide.
Toxicologist, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C.,
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