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Beyond quick fixes: What we should do about the drug problem
by Gideon Lasco February 01, 2017

For as long as government officials and the public see drugs as an unqualified evil, another 'war on drugs' is bound to happen – and ultimately fail – in the future.

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Special Report: Surrenderers many, but rehab centers few
(First of four parts)

Special Report: Local government on the front lines (Second of four parts)

Special Report: It takes a village (Third of four parts)

Special Report: A second chance (Fourth of four parts)

March 02, 03, 04, 05 - 2017 All by Cherry Ann T. Lim

Cardinal Tagle slams drug trade, launches rehab
with video
by Paterno Esmaquel II March 18, 2017

Selling drugs is killing people, Cardinal Tagle says, as he launches another Catholic-run drug rehabilitation program.

From Mary Jane to Mama Mary: Ex-drug addict tells his story
(with videos)
by Paterno Esmaquel II January 14, 2017
Fazenda da Esperança graduate Richard Elson, a former drug addict who is now a seminarian, believes that every life has hope.
Duterte to drug addicts: Free meds or rope this Christmas?
by Pia Ranada December 13, 2016
Duterte also tells addicts to stay inside their homes or face consequences. 'Mas mabuti 'di kayo lumabas ng bahay. Magkulong na lang kayo ng bahay, pag nakita kita sa labas, dadamputin kita.'
President Rodrigo Duterte wants drug addicts to choose what they will get free from the government this Christmas season: medicine or a rope to hang themselves with?
IBP: Duterte's criticism of lawyers defending drug suspects 'dangerous'
December 09, 2016

The Integrated Bar of the Philippines says Duterte's statements criticizing lawyers of drug suspects creates a dangerous 'chilling effect'


Senate's education committee conduct a hearing on social media and the internet on sex, drugs, and trolls

The fight against misinformation in social media
October 18, 2016

The Senate Committee on Education looked into how public schools educate students about reproductive health, responsible use of social media and the dangers of illegal drugs.
The move comes as misinformation and abusive language in social media becomes prevalent on social media, especially by so-called “paid trolls”.

Policy on drugs must be based on facts
September 26, 2016

Despite recent official data of 1.8 million drug users, President Duterte hikes it to ‘4 million addicts.
On September 19, the Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) released its most recent nationwide survey on drug abuse in the Philippines showing 1.8 million current users of illicit drugs or 1.8% of our 101 million population.
DDB is a policy-making body under the Office of the President and is the repository of official data on illegal drugs.

DepEd, police team up vs bomb threats in Metro schools
September 10, 2016
DepEd and NCRPO officials agree that a protocol 'must be set up on how to report fast and easy any of the issues from school authorities to the police'
The Department of Education (DepEd) has coordinated with the police to better prepare and equip schools in Metro Manila in case of a bomb threat, as well as to combat the spread of illegal drugs.
Despite lashing from Duterte, EU gives funds for drug rehab in PH
By: Estrella Torres October 1st, 2016

Despite the relentless swearing of President Rodrigo Duterte at the European Union (EU) for its criticism of the rising summary killings, the 28-member bloc says it has a fund assistance program to support the rehabilitation of drug addicts in the country.

PH drug problem a 'public health emergency'
by Jee Y. Geronimo October 18, 2016

Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial says around P145 million of its Quick Response Fund will be used to address the immediate needs in treatment and rehabilitation centers

House panel wants to reimpose death penalty for drug cases
by Mara Cepeda October 18, 2016

The House justice committee wants to put the BuCor and the BJMP under a single department for the 'rationalization' of the jail management system

Bananas, rehab centers for Scarborough?
October 17, 2016

Why should this pivot to China come at the expense of our hard-won victory at The Hague?

 Drug trafficking - Informations, Etc.

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Gov't to launch public service ads vs illegal drugs
August 28, 2016

The videos, directed for free by award-winning filmmaker Brillante Mendoza, are set to run in more than 300 cinemas across the Philippines

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Updated September 02, 2016

FAST FACTS: What's the Alsa Masa?
by Michael Bueza September 06, 2016

The DILG plans to implement an anti-drug, anti-crime program that is a 'non-violent' version of the 1980s anti-communist Alsa Masa group

“A drug-free community is the safest place to be.”

In Bataan, slogans, posters also used in fight vs drugs
by Jun A. Malig September 04, 2016

The Bataan Provincial Police believes communities must be fully involved in order to effectively rid the province of the drug menace.


Drug Trafficking

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, PDEA is the lead anti-drugs law enforcement agency, responsible for preventing, investigating and combating any dangerous drugs, controlled precursors and essential chemicals within the Philippines. Look more and videos about RA 9165 HERE

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Nubain new favored drug of Cebu's shabu users – PDEA
by Ryan Macasero September 01, 2016
Prices of shabu have soared to P6,500 per gram from P1,500 because of the government's war on drugs, leading drug addicts to a cheaper alternative

PDEA exceeds 2015 targets in war on drugs
August 29, 2016

'Narconomics': Lessons for the Philippines' war vs drugs
by Ronald U. Mendoza July 09, 2016
Lowering the age of criminality in the Philippines should be reconsidered. Throwing children in jail cells with hardened criminals may actually strengthen drug lords’ ability to recruit fresh talent – hardening youth who could have otherwise been saved from a life of crime and drugs.

Dangerous Drugs Board - DDB

a government agency that makes policies, strategies and programs on drug prevention and control. The board is managed under the Office of the President

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DDB: Philippines has 1.8 million current drug users
by Jodesz Gavilan September 19, 2016
The survey commissioned by the Dangerous Drugs Board estimates that 4.8 million Filipinos aged 10-69 years old used illegal drugs at least once in their lives

Makati Anti Drug Abuse Council
Rising number of users seeking drug rehab is a 'happy problem' but...
In 2015, there were a total of 5,402 people admitted to residential treatment and rehabilitation centers (both government and private). This is higher than 2014's 4,160 cases.

Gov't 'making use of whatever is available' for drug rehab in PH
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says various government agencies are working together to provide treatment and rehabilitation to surrendered drug personalities
Both by Jodesz Gavilan July 06 and Sep 25, 2016


Laya sa Droga
Aug 29, 2016
This video entitled ‘Laya sa Droga’ features ‘the life after drug addiction.’
Sa kampanya ni President Rodrigo Duterte laban sa droga, marami ang nakukulong, sumusuko at meron ding mga napapatay. Sa dokumentaryong ito ni Howie Severino sinikap niyang alamin kung meron nga bang buhay pagkatapos ng adiksyon sa droga. May nakilala siyang tatlong indibidwal na may iba’t - ibang kwento tungkol sa kanilang karanasan sa droga at paano sila nakabangon dito.
Laws: Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs, Etc.

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RA-9211 Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003


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RA-9211 Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003

No Smoking in Metro Manila

The Metro Manila Development Authority, in cooperation with the cities of the National Capital Region, has started the implementation of Republic Act 9211, otherwise known as the No Smoking policy.


The Philippines - No Longer a Smoker's Paradise

This year the price of alcohol and cigarettes has double in the Philippines. A new Sin Tax Law that came into affect with the New Year as doubled the price of both local and imported alcohol and cigarettes. Mar 14, 2013 - Jofelle Tesorio and Ariel Carlos report from Palawan




Prescribing the Implementing Guidelines on the Revised Tax Rates on Alcohol and Tobacco Products Pursuant to the Provisions of Republic Act No. 10351 and to Clarify Certain Provisions of Existing Revenue Regulations.

RA 9165  Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002

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RA no 6425 - Dangerous Drugs Act of 1972 - was repelled by RA no. 9165

RA 9165
Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002
An Overview
Prepared by: Mary Ann Wong Tugbang

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Drug Trafficking in the Philippines.

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) (Filipino: Kawanihan ng Pilipinas Laban sa Droga) is the lead anti-drugs law enforcement agency, responsible for preventing, investigating and combating any dangerous drugs, controlled precursors and essential chemicals within the Philippines. Look more on the above link RA 9165 AND www.health.aboutphilippines.ph and - or about PDEA HERE

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RA 9165 Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, Oct 24, 2015



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The dangers of the Dangerous Drugs Act - PART 1

If such strict law – the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 – was passed 14 years ago in 2002, why does the multi-billion industry continue to proliferate?

Look also PART 2
Finger-pointing between government agencies as well as the lack of funds hamper the fight against illegal drugs

Both by Camille Elemia August 28, 2016

Drugs and Substance Abuse e.g. alcohol - Addiction Prevention and Education

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Stages of change in drug addiction
January 31, 2017 By Apple G. Alvarez

HERACLITUS once said the only constant in this world is change. And so nobody can stop tomorrow or even rewind the past – because change is infinite, hence anybody is possible to change. Even for a chronic drug addict who seem impossible to change can rise from the ashes.

Music, drugs, and alcohol: Do young Filipinos party to get high?
By Mara Cepeda June 01, 2016

The deaths after the recent Closeup Forever Summer concert put the spotlight on the local party scene and drug abuse among the youth.

Holiday hangovers: What happens to us when we get drunk
by/Stephen Bright, The Conversation December 21, 2015

So, this Christmas, drink only if you’re feeling festive and maybe switch out the gin for some eggnog.
Humans' relationship with alcohol is complicated. It’s a colorful thread woven into the fabric of our society.
As a chemical, alcohol is a very simple molecule, but its effects on the brain are quite complex. And different people respond differently to alcohol in different situations.

Betel Chewing in the Philippines

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The Barkada Kontra Droga (BKD)

is a peer-based program designed as a preventive education and information tool to counter the dangers and disastrous effects of drug abuse. This DDB banner program was piloted in 2005 in three (3) areas in Rizal namely: Cainta, Antipolo and Tanay. As an output of the pilot areas, four (4) different posters were conceptualized and a 30-seconder jingle was produced. To date, DDB has organized 59 BKD chapters with a total of 28,634 BKD members nationwide. These individuals/groups have been empowered to be the catalyst within their peer group in advocating a healthy, drug-free lifestyle through involvement in various wholesome activities.

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Drug addiction among teenagers in the Philippines
by Charliez Jane Soriano, College Accountancy Student at Wattpad

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Inside a drug den
by Veejay Villafranca and Ana P. Santos August 27, 2016

Months before Rodrigo Duterte's overwhelming victory as president, we got a glimpse of a drug den and saw how one man working with different support groups is trying to save lives.
A cheap shot of Nubain, an opioid used as a painkiller, is all it takes to get a high. All for P20 and possibly a shared needle.
The shared needles have, in fact, also contributed to the spread of HIV. The concentrated epidemic in Cebu has been traced to shared needles used to inject drugs.



Filipino anti-drug propaganda movie

Super funny Filipino anti-drug propaganda movie.

Dec 21, 2013


How to address drug abuse

Illegal drugs remain a persistent problem in the country. But stamping out this menace has become more challenging for authorities, with the emergence of new types of illegal drugs and the alarming trend of Filipino migrant workers as drug couriers. Are we doing enough in the fight against illegal drugs?

Apr 20, 2015


PDEA on alert for 'bath salt' drug

May 27, 2015


AVP Alcohol Drinking in the Philippines


Group members: Ronald Patrick Wenceslao, Jeannelle Ambojia, Mitra Eftekhar and Carlo Aranas


Pinoys are 3rd World's Heavy Drinker. According to experts there are health risks to those excessive and often drinking. Feb 4, 2014

Look also the above video about "Liver Cirrhosis" HERE



A Drug Addiction Documentary


PDEA: New drug, "Fly High"

Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) found a new drug named Fly High. It is a mixture of ecstasy and shabu. May 21, 2014


'Fly High' drugs sa Cebu - Sun.Star Pilipinas May 23, 2014


How 'party drugs' can kill users
May 24, 2016

"Green Apple" and "Fly High" are just some of the illegal "party drugs" being produced locally.


Documentation about Drugs in the Philippines

This is a partial documentation about Drugs in the Philippines


Citizens' Drug Watch & Duty Free Philippines'

Anti Drug TV Commercial


Stop Drug Abuse


Substance Abuse
SAPE - Substance Abuse Prevention Education

Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week

Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week is celebrated every third week of November pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 124 signed by former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in 2001. The observance aims to increase awareness among Filipinos about the unfavorable effects of drug and substance abuse not only on the health but also on the social, economic, and even the political development of the country.

Pinoy working for a drug-free Philippines

Report Illegal Drug Activities


PDEA HOTLINE: (632) 927-9702
DDB HOTLINE: 929-6679
Fax: (632) 929-1106
Email: pdea_pos@pdea.gov.ph

Drug Addiction
Date rape drug

sometimes referred to as Party Drugs or simply Ecstasy, are medications that can be slipped into drinks and make a person unconscious for 15 minutes or so. There have been reports of dozens of women, who were under the influence of a date-drug known as GHB (gamma hydroxybutyrate), a clear and flavorless liquid, when they were raped.

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By scanning the content of your drink Drugfindr will tell if any illicit substances are present.
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Dating wisdom advent - Nail polish detects date rape drugs - Cup and straw system detecting date rape drugs - 30 second date rape drug test

Alcohol and media Alcohol and media: The situation in the Philippines
by/Joyce P. Valbuena Health Action Information Network
The Philippine eLib

Drug Education

Quick Guide on How to Access Philippine eLib

Narconon Drug Education Workshops in the Philippines
Posted on May 17, 2011

Back in 2003, the statistics of drug abuse in the Philippines were escalating. Especially for methamphetamine. Today the drug problem is still an issue and needs some help to solve it.

Drug Abuse Prevention Among Children

Philippine Initiatives

By Cornelio G. Banaag, Jr., MD and Edwin Daiwey

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Smoking - Addiction & Prevention

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Smoking in the Philippines

EO on nationwide smoking ban ready for Duterte's signature
by Pia Ranada October 10, 2016
The EO is patterned after a Davao City ordinance banning smoking in all public areas, including in vehicles
Draft EO on smoking ban includes e-cigarettes
by Jee Y. Geronimo November 18, 2016
The health department is concerned that e-cigarettes have become a 'gateway to conventional smoking'
The Department of Health (DOH) is still waiting for President Rodrigo Duterte to sign the draft executive order (EO) on a nationwide smoking ban in all public places that also covers electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes.
Smoke-Free Philippines

In the Philippines, smoking is completely banned in enumerated public places and workplaces such as healthcare, educational institutions, and facilities frequented by minors. In other public places and workplaces, including bars/pubs/nightclubs, designated indoor smoking areas and ventilation options are allowed under the national law. All government facilities and public land transportation vehicles and terminals are smoke free.

Graphic health warning law now in effect
by/ Jee Y. Geronimo March 03, 2016
Starting March 3, all tobacco products manufactured or imported for sale in the Philippines will be required to carry graphic health warnings

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This Act shall be known as The Graphic Health Warnings Law

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Infomercials by Zero Mella

Say No to Second-Hand Smoke


Sponge Lung Anti-Smoking Video (Filipino)

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Philippines native joint

joint made from dry leaf of a banana


Duterte urged to declare war on cigarettes
Jan 18, 2017
An anti-smoking advocacy group appeals to the president to declare an all-out war against smoking, while the health department is set to conduct a survey to find out the number of youth smokers in the country.
Smoking ban executive order still awaits Duterte signature
Jan 19, 2017
An executive order for the stricter implementation of the smoking ban in public places has been drafted and is still awaiting President Rodrigo Duterte's signature, the Health Secretary said Thursday.

Gambling - Etc.

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Executive Order No. 13, s. 2017
Signed on February 2, 2017

Negative effects of gambling

Gambling can be addictive and can result to huge debts. Watch how gambling affects people. May 26, 2014.

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Gambling in the Philippines

Duterte orders closure of 'all online gaming'
December 22, 2016
In a speech after signing the 2017 national budget, the President said: “I am ordering the closure of all online gaming [firms]. Lahat. Walang silbi ito. (All of it. It has no use.) Look also the Videos, one with English subtitles

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Gambling - Gaming

Rehabilitation - Etc.

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Editorial: Partnership for drug recovery
March 12, 2017
"COMMITMENT is needed to attend rehab." The statement made by Subangdaku Barangay Captain Ernie Manatad can very well stand for what’s equally glaring in ongoing efforts to address the human and social costs of drug addiction: the shared stake in the community to rescue those who surrendered to Project Tokhang.
Duterte creates task force to oversee drug rehab centers
October 15, 2016
Among others, the inter-agency task force is expected to determine the type, capacity and suitable locations of centers, with a long-term goal of having at least one in every province.
President Rodrigo Duterte signed Executive Order (EO) No. 4 providing for the establishment and support of drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation centers (DATRCs) throughout the country.
Psych interventions needed in drug rehab programs – expert
by Aika Rey March 06, 2017
De La Salle University and the Psychological Association of the Philippines team up for Katatagan Kontra Droga sa Komunidad, a program that trains community volunteers in facilitating drug rehabilitation
PhilHealth to come up with detox package for drug dependents
by Marchel P. Espina September 30, 2016

The program is a case-rate package worth P10,000 that will include confinement, hospital and professional fees

Robredo meets CBCP's Villegas on drug rehab
by Paterno Esmaquel II September 20, 2016

Vice President Leni Robredo eyes rehabilitation programs for 630,000 individuals, or 90% of drug users who have surrendered


Drug rehab welcomes surrenderees
Feb 18, 2017

The government is downgrading the patient capacity of the mega-drug center at Nueva Ecija because of the few number of surrenderees actually entering it.

How to seek drug treatment and rehabilitation in the Philippines
by Jodesz Gavilan September 17, 2016

A drug user seeking treatment and rehabilitation will have to undergo a Drug Dependency Examination (DDE) and file for a petition for confinement'

LIST: Where are drug treatment and rehab centers in the Philippines?
September 14, 2016

According to a list provided by the Dangerous Drugs Board, there are 50 drug treatment and rehabilitation centers in the Philippines as of July 2016

1st drug rehab center opens at Army camp in Agusan del Sur
by Editha Z. Caduaya September 24, 2016

The Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation Center can accommodate 60 patients at a time and shall be managed by the provincial government of Agusan del Sur

DepEd wants alternative learning for youth in drug rehab
by Jee Y. Geronimo August 04, 2016

Education Secretary Leonor Briones says the Alternative Learning System will be the 'centerpiece' of the Duterte administration that will complement the K to 12’s senior high school program

List of drug rehabilitation centers in the Philippines

Look the list as pdf HERE

Church in Bulacan runs 27-year-old drug rehab program
by Paterno Esmaquel II January 22, 2017

Despite efforts like this, President Rodrigo Duterte asks Catholic leaders, 'Meron ba kayong isang bahay lang, maski limang kuwarto para rehab?'


Hospitals to help provide affordable rehab for drug users

THREE Cebu-based private hospitals committed to assist the national government in providing affordable rehabilitation services to drug users who want to reform.
Cebu Doctors’ Hospital (CDH), Velez Hospital and Medical College, and Chong Hua Hospital have pledged to support the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte by providing aid to reforming drug users, particularly those who surrendered in response to the police force’s Oplan Tokhang, said Michael Dino, presidential assistant for the Visayas.

Look the full article August 07, 2016 By Justin K. Vestil - Flornisa M. Gitgano HERE

Look also the article Communities, private sector help is key in nationwide rehab program
by Katerina Francisco August 24, 2016
With thousands of drug surrenderees – but less than 50 treatment facilities in the country – the government plans to tap communities and the private sector to help in the rehabilitation process


Drug Rehab

Watch Failon Ngayon as we discuss the benefits of drug rehabilitation centers. The treatment and rehabilitation of individuals who used illegal drugs. Also the problems of these centers. Sep 19, 2015

Bridges of Hope Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Center
Over 3 million Filipinos are addicted to illegal drugs, with meth or shabu as the number one drug of choice. However, not many are seeking professional rehabilitation to help treat their addiction.
Bridges of Hope provides superb drug, alcohol, and behavioral addiction treatment using therapeutic community and 12-step approaches.

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What's a day like inside a private drug rehab center?
by Jodesz Gavilan September 10, 2016
The Bridges of Hope rehabilitation center tries to 'simulate a structured life' for its residents

Malinao Treatment and Rehabilitation Center

Brgy. Comun, Malinao, Albay

Seagulls Flight Foundation, Inc. - SFFI

SFFI adopts and practices the THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY (TC) treatment modality – a drug-free self-help program set within a highly structured family environment where positive peer interaction is encouraged and emphasized.

Look also the Video Drug Rehab in the Philippines


Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Treatment Center

The New Beginnings Foundation Inc.

was formed in 1990 by a group of Filipinos who realized the need to provide the Philippines with a humane, caring and effective treatment option for drug and alcohol dependency.

SELF - Enhancement for Life Foundation, Inc. (SELF)

SELF is a non-stock, non-government organization dedicated to the treatment and rehabilitation of individuals suffering from substance abuse and other Attitude Disorders.

Look also the Video

SELF - Enhancement for Life Foundation Facility Tour

Look the full description of the video HERE

Davao City Treatment & Rehabilitation Center for Drug Dependents, DCTRCDD
a residential facility with a 1.2 heactares lot and is 16.7 kms away from the buzz ling noises of city life.
In more than a decade of program operations, the center has served a significant number of clientele/beneficiaries specifically the male drug and chemical abuser/dependent and non-psychotic cases ages 12-25 years old.

Look also the Video

PCP Handbook on pharmacovigilance and drug safety

Transforming to a culture of safety in the Philippines.

by/ Kenneth Hartigan-Go, MD

Chapter 1 - ADR Reporting systems for the Philippines Internist and how it fits into our Public health systems
Chapter 2 - Types of ADR/Pharmacovigilance Mechanisms
Chapter 3 - Drug Interactions, the dangerous ones
Chapter 4 - Finding Ways to Prevent Medication Errors
Chapter 5 - Vaccine-Related Injury [Dr. Lyndon Llamado & KHG]
Chapter 6 - Assessing Causality
Chapter 7 - Participating in Drug Trials - Do's and Dont's [Dr. Anthony Leachon]
Chapter 8 - Erice Declaration
Chapter 9 - Detecting Substandard and counterfeit pharmaceutical products
Chapter 10 - If patients get sicker with medicines, consider adverse drug reactions as a differential diagnosis
Last words of advice

Alcohol and Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Centers Here you can find a list showing alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers in the Philippines. Find a place near your area wherein you can change your life for the better.

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