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Finally, he takes aim at the hugely ineffectual, largely U.S.-led War on Drugs (and its worldwide followers), challenging the wisdom of fighting drugs instead of aiding the addicts, and showing how controversial measures such as safe injection sites are measurably more successful at reducing drug-related crime and the spread of disease than anything most major governments have going. It's not easy reading, but we ignore his arguments at our peril. When it comes to combating the drug trade and the ravages of addiction, society can use all the help it can get. --Kim Hughes

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finally, he takes aim at the hugely ineffectual, largely u.s.-led war on drugs (and its worldwide followers), challenging the wisdom of fighting drugs instead of aiding the addicts, and showing how controversial measures such as safe injection sites are measurably more successful at reducing drug-related crime and the spread of disease than anything most major governments have going. it's not easy reading, but we ignore his arguments at our peril. when it comes to combating the drug trade and the ravages of addiction, society can use all the help it can get. --kim hughes entered the competition for the glee club. It is served on the rustic-style table in the dining room he would probably dispute it, but gabor maté is something of a compassion machine. diligently treating the drug addicts of vancouver's notorious downtown eastside with sympathy in his heart and legislative reform in mind can't be easy. but maté never judges. his book is a powerful call-to-arms, both for the decriminalization of drugs and for a more sympathetic and informed view of addiction. as maté observes, "those whom we dismiss as 'junkies' are not creatures from a different world, only men and women mired at the extreme end of a continuum on which, here or there, all of us might well locate ourselves." in the realm of hungry ghosts begins by introducing us to many of dr. maté's most dire patients who steal, cheat, sell sex, and otherwise harm themselves for their next hit. maté looks to the root causes of addiction, applying a clinical and psychological view to the physical manifestation and offering some enlightening answers for why people inflict such catastrophe on themselves.

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