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Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs Methylamphetamine review 2005 executive summary

Methylamphetamine is a member of a broad class of psycho-stimulant compounds called amphetamines.

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Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs Methylamphetamine Review 2005 Executive Summary

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Methylamphetamine (commonly referred to as methamphetamine) is a member of a broad class of psycho-stimulant compounds called amphetamines. Amphetamines act on the central and peripheral nervous system. In this document, ‘amphetamine’ is abbreviated as ‘AMP’ and methylamphetamine is abbreviated as ‘MA’.

Published 17 November 2005