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As per the video Drugs Inc Heroin on youtubecom the deadliest drug on the planet and a 3 billion dollar a year business A quarter of people who tried the drug eventually become addictive Heroin causes physical changes to the brain which causes chemical dependence Heroin is a poisonous liquid injected into the body and controls the brains Addicts need to shoot up twice a day so they will not go into withdrawalThe government runs a facility that provides clean needles for them to shoot up That facility is available to cut down on the spreading of diseases Ive also learn that Iran had the highest addiction rate in the world and in 2007 18million arrest was made in the USA 500000 offenders are in prison which cost the economy 180 billion dollars a year when addictive A heroin addictive person will sell everything and anything to buy drugs Dealers and addicts are Isolatinglocked up to reduce crimes Heroin kills more people than any other narcotics in the world 100000 thousand heroin addictive victims worldwide dies a year from over dose and contracting diseases from fitly needle Society today has been overtaken by social drugs All around drugs are being used whether it is a cigarette being smoked on the street or marijuana smoking in secluded areas Base on my research there is quite a large drug use market that is very dominant and society has made it clear through news music and everyday life However there are certain drugs that are worse than others and society once again has taught us that through our laws surveys real life story documentaries and restrictions The worse the drug the more a person gets hooked and the more they pay for having it Basically drugs have become a part of societies life and you never know who and when they can be introduced to An illegal
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