Clinicians Play Key Role in Identifying Meth Abuse and Developing Treatment Protocol

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Published Date 02/07/2011
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Federal seizures for methamphetamines are decreasing, but that does not mean that the drug is disappearing. On the contrary, said Noel Kelsch, who is a registered dental hygienist in alternative practice (RDHAP) and an expert on the effects of methamphetamines on oral health. Rather, this drug is getting cheaper and easier to produce. Federal drug officials have noted seizures of ?meth labs?? contained in 2-liter soda bottles, meaning that it is becoming more accessible.

Federal seizures for methamphetamines are decreasing, but that does not mean that the drug is disappearing. On the contrary, said Noel Kelsch, who is a registered dental hygienist in alternative practice (RDHAP) and an expert on the effects of methamphetamines on oral health. Rather, this drug is getting cheaper and easier to produce. Federal drug officials have noted seizures of ?meth labs?? contained in 2-liter soda bottles, meaning that it is becoming more accessible.

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