International drug enforcement officials stated that methamphetamine is the drug of choice in Asia however new synthetic drugs have found their way in the region, with authorities continuously playing a game of catch up with traffickers.
What does DOC stand for?
DOC stands for Drug of Choice
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 557 other meanings of DOC in our Acronym Attic
- Doctors on Call (Caribbean surgical outreach organization)
- Doctors Opposing Circumcision
- Doctors Ought to Care
- Document/Documentation (file name extension)
- Documentation of Compliance
- Dominação de Origem Controlada (Portugal)
- Dominion of Canada
- Double-O Club (James Bond fan club; Denmark)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I can accept that people have drug habits and problems, and that these need to be fed, either by treatment through the health system or, more probably, through getting their hands on their drug of choice.
And cocaine is becoming the drug of choice as arrests have risen sharply in the last five years - by nearly 20%.
Written in first person perspective, Living Jonathan's Life is an engrossing, solid narrative as well as a sharply cautionary tale against the rising popularity of painkillers--drugs that are more easily accessible than ever thanks to the internet, and that have become the drug of choice among teens, even surpassing marijuana.
But remember this as well: In terms of overall social harm, meth still pales in comparison to the perfectly legal (and very lethal) drug of choice for most Minnesotans, alcohol.
Fluoroquinolones are often the drug of choice to treat gastrointestinal infections in humans, and resistance to this class of antimicrobial agents is associated with increased illness and death (1).
Methamphetamine, or "meth," has become the drug of choice for many gay men [see story, page 481.
I strongly disagree with the conclusions of the recent article on propafenone ("Propafenone Called Drug of Choice for Rhythm Control in Atrial Fib," June 1, 2005, p.