Drugs Without the Hot Air
Minimising the harms of legal and illegal drugs

By (author) David Nutt


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David Nutt is Edmond J Safra Professor of Neurosychopharmacology at Imperial College, London, but is best known as 'the scientist who was sacked' by the UK's Home Secretary because he compared the harms of horse-riding with taking ecstasy or cannabis.

He was Chair of the ACMD's Technical Committee for seven years, and became chairman of the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs in 2010.


Key Selling Points

Comparative analysis on the affects of drugs and concrete steps for making a safer world, from an expert on policy and addiction