School districts in at least 11 states use drug prevention programs not proven to be effective, in most cases because they don't know about better programs, researchers say.

Programs being used "may be popular with the public and the schools, but there are little or no data to show that they have been proven to be strong and effective in combatting drug use," Denise Hallfors, research associate professor of maternal and child health at the University of


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