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Meaningful Drug Policy

Meaningful Drug Policy Sujit K Das ARUN GHOSH's exercise, 'From the Ivory Tower', to formulate a meaningful drug policy for India (EPW, April 16) has somehow missed the mark. I am inclined to guess, that Ghosh has not cared to descend from the ivory tower to get a feel of the actual scene. The basic elements of a national drug policy may be pinpointed to only two essential issues: first, the presence of unscientific drugs and next, inequitable distribution. All other elements are either subsidiary or complementary.

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