ニュースの中での Drug

コロケーションの例

drug abuse 薬物乱用
drug addiction 麻薬中毒
drug dealer 麻薬の売人
drug trafficking 麻薬密売
drug use 薬物使用

出版物および例文

NBCNews.com
· Supreme Court rejects challenge to limits on church services  
Several more drug manufacturers have joined the global effort to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
Seeking Alpha
· Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (REGN) CEO Len Schleifer Presents at Bernstein's 36th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript)  
Our goal, our strategy is simply to used with the immune system does, but give it to people immediately as a drug, not dependent on their own immune system or a vaccine to kick into gear, we immediately will give people these highly neutralizing antibodies.
The Age
· 'I was my own biggest enemy': Football star fights to overcome drug ban  
While playing for Turkish second league club Menemenspor, a drug test returned a positive for cocaine.
The Age
· Almost $1 million seized in Perth drug sting now in government hands  
Almost $1 million which changed hands in suburban Perth last year under the guise if an illicit drug deal is now in government coffers after being seized by the Australian Federal Police.
Seeking Alpha
· Sizing Up Syros Pharmaceuticals  
Syros is developing a variety therapeutics, but the only other drug currently in clinical development is the early-stage asset SY-5609 for select solid tumors.
Malay Mail
· Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study  
NEW YORK, May 30 ― Dozens of scientists have raised concerns over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine that led to the World Health Organisation (WHO) suspending clinical trials of the anti-viral drugs as a potential treatment for Covid-19.
The New York Times
· What to Know About Hydroxychloroquine  
President Trump revealed on Monday that he had been taking an anti-malaria drug as a preventive measure against the coronavirus, the same medicine that he has been promoting for two months with scant evidence of its efficacy and despite several warnings of dangerous side effects.