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The EMCDDA ​has released its report on high-risk drug use and new psychoactive substances (NPS).

This report provides a first look at the emergence of more problematic forms of use of new psychoactive substances among a range of demographic groups, 
including opioid and amphetamine injectors, prisoners, the homeless and men who have sex with men. 
It explores, in particular, the use of synthetic cathinones, synthetic cannabinoids and new synthetic opioids, as well as related harms and responses.

This important publication can be downloaded in English on this location.