The Editor

Dr. Karch received his bachelors degree from Brown University, did graduate work in cell biology and biophysics at Stanford, and attended Tulane Medical School. He studied neuropathology at the Barnard Baron Institue in London, and cardiac pathology at Stanford. During the 1970s, he was a Medical Advisor for Bechtel in Southeast Asia. He is an Assistant Medical Examiner in San Francisco, where he consults on cases of drug-related death. His textbook, The Pathology of Drug Abuse., is used around the world, and is generally considered the standard reference on the subject. He and his wife, Donna, live in Berkeley, California.

Photo courtesy of Brandon White, Berkeley, California
Defeat Drugs and Live Free

Defeat Drugs and Live Free

Being addicted to drugs is a complicated matter condition that's been specified as a disorder that evidences in the obsessional thinking about and utilization of drugs. It's a matter that might continue to get worse and become disastrous and deadly if left untreated.

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