On the upcoming International Drug Control Day on June 26, drug control has become a common topic throughout the country. In addition to publicly hearing and adjudicating a number of cases of drug production and trafficking, various propaganda methods are also used to popularize drug control knowledge among the people. The history of anti-drug in China can be traced back to June 3, 1839. At that time, with the order of Lin Zexu, the Chinese nation used Humen to sell cigarettes to show the world's determination to ban smoking. After 167 years, drug control is still regarded as a people's war today. It is reported that there are currently more than 200 million drug addicts worldwide, and 100,000 people die each year from drug abuse. The number of registered drug addicts in China at the end of 2005 reached 1.16 million.
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