University Of Maryland
CESAR: Center for Substance Abuse Research

CESAR FAX (1992 to 2015)

CESAR FAX provided a weekly, one-page overview of timely substance abuse trends or issues to more than 6,000 subscribers via email each Monday morning. Recipients included Federal and State policymakers; prevention specialists; treatment and health care providers; law enforcement officials; researchers and academicians; and media representatives.

By default, all available issues are displayed below, but you may select one option each from year, topic, drug and population to narrow your search.





Date Volume/Issue Title
June 15, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 18 Survey of University Students Uncovers Underage Drinking Practices
June 8, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 17 National DUF Data Show No Evidence of an Increase in Heroin Use in Booked Arrestees
June 1, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 16 SAMIS Data Uncovers Differences Between Heroin Snorters and Injectors Entering Maryland Drug Treatment Programs
May 25, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 15 Most Marylanders Believe that the Schools Have a Role to Play in Addressing Student Use of Cigarettes, Alcohol, and Illegal Drugs
May 18, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 14 Majority Feel Cocaine Use Is Still Increasing in Maryland
May 11, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 13 Heroin Users Seeking Treatment Are Increasingly Likely to Snort the Drug
May 6, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 12 Demographic Characteristics of 24 Fentanyl-Related Deaths in Maryland in 1992
April 27, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 11 Test Results from Juvenile Detainees in Washington, D.C. Indicate Drug Use Is Continuing in Serious Youth Offenders
April 20, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 10 '92 Poll Finds Most Marylanders Are Still Against Decriminalization of Marijuana
April 13, 1992 Volume 1, Issue 9 Widespread Drug Use Found in New York City's Homeless Shelters

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