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Decreto por el que se reforman, adicionan y derogan diversas disposiciones de la Ley General de Salud, del Código Penal Federal y del Código Federal de Procedimientos Penales (Decree amending, supplementing and repealing various provisions of the Health Act, the Federal Criminal Code and Federal Code of Criminal Procedure)

Government of Mexico Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Mexico 20 August 2009 Legislation/regulation prevention, rehabilitation, substance use

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Decree amending, supplementing and repealing various provisions of the Health Act, the Federal Criminal Code and Federal Code of Criminal Procedure. The Ministry of Health will develop a national program for the prevention and treatment of drug dependence, and implemented in coordination with agencies and entities of the health sector and governments of the states. Relates to substance abuse, drug addiction and narcotics.

Decreto por el que se reforman, adicionan y derogan diversas disposiciones de la Ley General de Salud, del Código Penal Federal y del Código Federal de Procedimientos Penales. La Secretaría de Salud elaborará un programa nacional para la prevención y tratamiento de la farmacodependencia, y lo ejecutará en coordinación con dependencias y entidades del sector salud y con los gobiernos de las entidades federativas. Se relaciona con el abuso de sustancias, la adicción a las drogas y narcóticos.

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