Monday, August 25, 2014

CONGRATULATIONS MANIFESTO TO PROF. DR. RONALDO LARANJEIRA FOR EXCELLENT LECTURE COORDINATION ABOUT "THE IMPACT OF LEGALISATION DRUGS” MAGNIFICENT LECTURE BY PROF. DR. KEVIN A. SABET

CONGRATULATIONS MANIFESTO TO PROF. DR. RONALDO  LARANJEIRA FOR EXCELLENT LECTURE COORDINATION ABOUT "THE IMPACT OF LEGALISATION DRUGS” MAGNIFICENT LECTURE BY PROF. DR. KEVIN A. SABET WITH SPECIAL CLOSENESS TO NORTH AMERICAN PRESIDENCY  AND ALSO EXTENSIVE A TIMELY CONTRIBUTION  GIVEN BY JOSÉ SERRA (BRAZILIAN SOCIAL DEMOCARCY PARTY – PSDB which also Governor Geraldo Alckmin, Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Aécio Neves belong) on August 23,2014  from 8:30 up to 12:00 AM, in Ulysses Guimarães Auditorium, at Bandeirantes Palace located in Morumbi Avenue, 4500, GATE 2, MORUMBI - SÃO PAULO-SP-BRAZIL.





Dear Event Coordinator / President of the Paulista Association for the Development of Medicine (SPDM)


We, throughout this statement, congratulate you , for the excellent coordination of the magnificent lecture performance of Prof. Dr. Kevin Sabet (Honorable Speaker)  and also extend to José Serra Hororable Ex-Governor of São Paulo (Bbrazilian Social Democracy Party – PSDB witch  also Governor Geraldo Alckmin, Fernando Henrique Cardoso and Aécio Neves), for his  magnificent lecture performance of  Prof. Dr. Kevin Sabet, and extensive to the time contribution of José Serra a Honorable Guest Invited Politian participation on august 23, 8:30 am to 12:00 am, in Ulysses Guimarães Auditorium at Bandeirantes Palace located at Morumbi Avenue, 4500, Gate 2, Morumbi District - São Paulo-SP-Brazil.

Also congratulate you for the very important achievements, because we firmly believe that, in fact we listeners and mainly the Health Professionals, will be important disseminators of such well-formulated arguments presented there based on scientific evidence also guided by excellent didactic exposition through the "Seven Great Myths Marijuana "(SEE LINK: http://www.achcmi.org/files/sevenmyths-mi-pdf.pdf) presented by Prof. Dr. Kevin Sabet as merited result of the seriousness and viability professional efforts of the proposals that have been demonstrated.
in addition, we also publically  through this also thank the honorable invitation was forwarded to us via e-mail.
On the occasion of this event we  would now like to requested  your appreciation of materials, which will be delivered for reasons of force majeure, during the lecture, related to our research and conducted at the University of São Paulo in 2013 and 2014 related to the theme that will be lectured.
Our research topic entitled
"Traffic Road Safety from Psychoactive Substance Use Point of View: a comparative study of GDP per capita middle-income countries similar to Brazil " which gave rise to the article with broader scope, and approved for publication in Minas Gerais Medical Magzine entitled "Road Traffic Safety From the Point of View of Psychoactive Substances Consumption in the Context of the Ascension of the Southern Hemisphere ¬ huge paradox?"
(Letter to the Editor Minas Gerais Medical Journal "(approved after referral April 2, 2014) and others that follow along appendix . This request is, in fact, based on the need for the subject that will be lectured  that surpasses discussions of specific expert groups of ie, these are matters of broader coverage involving the two societies (the North American and Brazilian) and briefly  expressed through three questions formulated below:

What is the impact that drug legalization also observed in other  South American countries would increase  increased morbidity and mortality in the Brazilian traffic road, which has a prominent position in the international ranking similar to the occurrence of deaths in countries of Africa (see our article ?)



• Research led by Professor David Nutt in 2010, drug boss - adviser to the British government asked the experts a study of how drugs harm in a rating of 20 drugs (legal and illegal) on 16 measures of harm to users and to society in general, such as damage to health, drug dependency, economic costs and crime. Alcohol remains the most harmful drug in Britain, scoring 72 out of a possible total of 100, far more damaging than heroin (55) and crack (54). And in other places in the world
A new study suggests alcohol is more harmful than heroin or crack: scoring drugs


MOST people would agree that some drugs are worse than others: heroin is probably considered to be more dangerous than marijuana, for instance. Because governments formulate criminal and social policies based upon classifications of harm, a new studypublished by the Lancet on November 1st makes interesting reading. Researchers led by Professor David Nutt, a former chief drugs adviser to the British government, asked drug-harm experts to rank 20 drugs (legal and illegal) on 16 measures of harm to the user and to wider society, such as damage to health, drug dependency, economic costs and crime. Alcohol is the most harmful drug in Britain, scoring 72 out of a possible 100, far more damaging than heroin (55) or crack cocaine (54). It is the most harmful to others by a wide margin, and is ranked fourth behind heroin, crack, and methamphetamine (crystal meth) for harm to the individual. The authors point out that the model's weightings, though based on judgment, were analysed and found to be stable as large changes would be needed to change the overall rankings.
Source: Nov 2nd 2010, 12:30 by The Economist online apud  2010 Lancet – David Nutt et al.






 Would the drug legalization strengthen the The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) , which o now hold a substantial portion of the monopoly of distribution of cocaine in the world, and it seems, help to finance this Bolivarian communist / process occurring in soume South American countries  (Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia , Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador ...)?


And if appropriate refer them to competent sector of the American government and are topics that are related to American and Brazilian societies.



"Yours sincerely"

Gilberto Martins Borges Filho. 
Traffic Doctor And Infectologist
(Registry Number Qualification Specialist - RQE 37 677) (Registration Number Qualification Specialist - RQE)
Registry Number: 138075
Regional Medical Board of São Paulo (CREMESP) /
Registry Number: 23776



APPENDIX
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Summary of researh
Traffic Road safety from psychoactive substance use point of view: a comparative study of GDP per capita middle-income countries similar to

The Brazil is ranked 4th position with the highest number of list of countries by traffic-related death rate according to Gomes ( 2014 ) and also 376 municipalities with rates above 30/100mil inhabitants (some of them with rates above 200/100.000 inhabitants) and environmental and economic burden estimated only for the year 2011 of R$ 44.6 billion ( or U.S. $ 2,010 ) 21,546 billion ( IPEA cited Waiselfisz 2013 ). The aim is to establish the differences in socioeconomic / epidemiological profiles of countries with GDP per capita similar to Brazil and their correlations with drinking and driving in the world . 10 years of critical literature review were conducted in the databases Virtual Health Library ( VHL ) and the National Library of Medicine ( PubMed ) and others sources. The key words were: vehicle driving, alcohol consumption, traffic accidents, socioeconomic factors, developing countries, federalism. Would be selected in a range of countries GDP / capita 10 % above and below that Brazil in 2010
( U.S. $ 2010 ) = 9,540.00. Only 8 countries were selected . Brazil experienced 36,499 deaths, with a mortality rate of 22.5 in 2010 / 100mil inhabitants. In contrast to some of these with much lower rates as the Republic of Seychelles ( 15,00 ) , Mexico (14.70 ) , Argentina (12.60 ) and Turkey ( 12,00 ) . In regard to  Brazil fleet it has the largest one of total registered vehicles and 4 wheel drive, with 3 to 2 wheels Brazil has 71 % of the total fleet of this set of 8 countries studied at this work . Smaller limit rate Blood Alcohol Concentration ( BAC ) were 0 g / dl of the Russian Federation , and increasingly , Brazil ( 0.02 g / dl ) , followed by Uruguay ( 0.03 g / dl ) and most with 0 , 05g/dl (Argentina , Lebanon , Mexico , Turkey ) and finally Republic of Seychelles limit of 0.08 g / dl . Programmes addressing the issue of crashes involving drinking and driving have been
effective in several countries where they have included legislation and enforcement. ( WHO / GRSP , 2007) . Very little data is available on the costs of crashes involving drinking and driving.. It is well known , the levels of reduction in traffic mortality achieved with strategies such as Vision Zero , which started in Sweden and are examples to the world and it is a new
way of dividing responsibilities for road safety. This is estimated to achieve a possible reduction in the number of fatalities by a quarter to one third over a ten-year period. ( . Also, prepare to be more accessible to 376 municipalities , for example, by the Sanitary Federalism concepts developed by Dourado (2010 ) in his dissertation on the Brazilian federal structure in the regionalization process of  Unified Health System(SUS). Spread across all regions of Brazil that are rates of deaths in traffic accidents over the 30/ 100,000 inhabitants , by developing plans and bills of national / regional and local coverage involving the three spheres of government (executive, legislative and judiciary).

2)Summary of “Traffic Road Safety From the Point of View of Psychoactive Substances Consumption in the Context of the Ascension of the Southern Hemisphere huge paradox?” approved for publication in “Revista Médica de Minas Gerais”


BACKGROUND . Mortality rates in traffic in Brazil in over 376 municipalities above 30/100mil hab, c / indexes besides 200/mil hab . and cost of R $ 44.6 BI ( IPEA ,
2011) OBJECTIVE Analyze the reasons why the differences in accident associated with drinking and driving behavior statistics and traffic deaths between Brazil and the ountries similar GDP per capita .
MATERIALS AND METHODS 10 years of Critical review of the literature. Selected criteria was GDP per capita related to countries with the range from capita 10 %
below and up to above the Brazilian U $ 9,540. It was used countries profiles of the World Health Organization (WHO). RESULTS The Brazil presents itself as the most
populous country with highest traffic mortality rate of 22.5 / 100mil inhabitants . In contrast to Rep. of Seychelles ( 15,00 ) , Mexico (14.70 ) , Argentina (12.60 ) and Turkey ( 12,00 ) . DISCUSSION AND
CONCLUSION The search for a solution can corroborate opportunities more accessible to 376 municipalities spread across all regions of Brazil that are rates of
deaths in traffic accidents over the 30/ 100. 000 inhabitants . with Plans and Bills of national / regional and local coverage involving the three spheres of government and proposed revision of the Federative Pact (executive , legislative and judicial )]














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 Sincerely,


Dr. Gilberto Martins Borges Filho. '.
Participant and Representative of Public Social Groups and Opinion Former