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Recognizing & Treating People on Spice (video)

Spice is a dangerous street drug that can cause psychotic breaks and even death. It is sold in head shops and known as “synthetic cannabinoids”, but spice is not marijuana. In this interview, Dr. Joseph S. Alpert, editor-in-chief of The American Journal of Medicine, talks about spice and gives advice to clinicians on how to recognize and treat people on spice.

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