20.11.2013 | Announcements - old en

Greece: when the crisis is injected intravenously, interview with Dr. Charalampos Poulopoulos, director of KETHEA


For over two years, a synthetic drug based methamphetamine, the «sisa» wreaked havoc in Greece, particularly in Athens, where a dose buys two euros. The six years of crisis and rising unemployment have had a significant impact on people's health, and have led some to turn to these synthetic drugs cheap. Interview with Dr. Charalampos Poulopoulos, director of the NGO KETHEA who fight against drug abuse and addiction.

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