Communication Strategy Guide: A Look at Methamphetamine Use among Three Populations

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This report, developed for the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, presents the findings of an exploratory study of methamphetamine use among truck drivers, Mexican American/Mexican workers, and men who have sex with men. The report recommends that communication planning relative to methamphetamine use focus on these populations and integrate study findings into communications strategies.

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