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DrugUseEducation.org is an attempt to correct drug policy imposed by the U.S. Government which has set the stage for human failure, compromising safety, healthcare, education, civil rights, justice, and the economy by creating crime where it never existed.  DrugUseEducation.org is a tool to increase public awareness of the detrimental side effects of the war on drugs (WOD) which has become violent and misguided government intervention that targets healthcare patients with once treatable chronic medical disorders by rendering them disabled, tearing apart families and exacerbating drug abuse, leading to a mortality rate that has far exceeded anything imaginable.  SWAT raid continue to take the lives of innocent victims, law abiding citizens continue to be incarcerated, and the prison population continues to expand with more inmates per capita than any other nation on Earth.  The WOD has failed to benefit anyone with the exception of the drug dealers who don't get caught.  In many cases, drug dealers corroborate with law enforcement, enabling the existence of a second pharmaceutical system in the U.S. that is quickly replacing the legitimate pharmacy.   Drug Use Education (DUE)  is a concept of the only approach that can virtually eliminate drug abuse along with the violent and ugly side effects of the WOD.  DUE accomplishes this by providing medical training and education addressing the proper administration of drugs.  It is intended to bring students from grades K through 12 into hospitals and clinics for training that will allow every U.S. high school student to graduate with an LVN or optionally, an RN license.  DUE also supports adult training programs and retraining of medical and law enforcement.  It is a proposal that emphasizes the need for greater research into recreational drug use that continues to grow in every nation throughout the world.  DUE has shown significant economic and safety advantages to the legalization of drugs which would benefit all Americans, stimulating other nations to follow the U.S. role model.  DUE is dependent on inclusive politics and common sense that have never been exercised since President Richard M. Nixon declared the war that has resulted in an unfathomably high drug abuse rate.  As the Boomer generation retires today, they can expect one of the wealthiest and most equipped medical facilities in the world to provide them with one of the world's most substandard forms of administration.  Along with insurance companies, physicians now prevent patients from access to pain medication that has already had a substantial impact on post-operative patient care.  The Prescription Monitoring Programs (PMP) in 33 states, leaves patients without an option for proper care regardless of insurance coverage.  DUE is about defending the right of the American people to have access to FDA-approved drugs for medicinal, recreational, and enhancement purposes that complies with the expectations of societies in the Electro-Chemical Age.