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Keeping Up With the Changing Landscape of Drugs of Abuse: What Do the Data Say?

The article highlights efforts that collect near-real-time data, identify types of abused substances, and rapidly disseminate critical data to where they are needed. These initiatives include three examples of data integration efforts: a locally driven initiative in Columbus, Ohio; a state-level project in Tennessee; and a national data collection system involving the nation’s forensic crime laboratories.

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September 2, 2020

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