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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
July 20, 2015 Volume 24, Issue 5 U.S. 8th and 10th Grade Students More Than Twice as Likely to Report Using E-Cigarettes as Tobacco Cigarettes in 2014
July 13, 2015 Volume 24, Issue 4 Percentage of National Treatment Admissions for Heroin at Highest Level; Admissions for Other Opiates May Be Leveling Off
June 1, 2015 Volume 24, Issue 3 Percentage of Washington, DC Adult Arrestees Testing Positive for Any Drug Declines to 27%; Cocaine Positives at 13%--Lowest on Record
May 18, 2015 Volume 24, Issue 2 New CDEWS Study Finds Synthetic Cannabinoids (SC) in Adults and Juveniles in Washington, DC, Denver and Tampa
March 4, 2015 Volume 24, Issue 1 (Rev.) U.S. 12th Graders' Perceptions of Risk from Occasional Use of Marijuana Declines, Even as Perceived Risk from Synthetic Marijuana Rises
December 15, 2014 Volume 23, Issue 14 More Buprenorphine Than Methadone Reports in 2013 NFLIS
September 8, 2014 Volume 23, Issue 13 Study of Patients in a Midwestern Residential Treatment Program Finds 71% of Those Reporting Synthetic Cannabinoid Use Report Using to Avoid Positive Drug Test
July 17, 2014 Volume 23, Issue 12 Special Edition: NIH's National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Partners with CESAR to Establish the National Drug Early Warning System (NDEWS)
April 21, 2014 Volume 23, Issue 11 Majority of High School Students Who Are Infrequent Marijuana Users Say They Would Not Use If Marijuana Were Legal; Frequent Users More Likely to Report They Would Use as Often or More Often
March 31, 2014 Volume 23, Issue 10 Percentage of College Freshmen Drinking Beer in the Past Year Remains at Historically Low Levels

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