More Oversight Does Not Lower Alcohol Abuse, Study Says

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Richard Saitz, School of Medicine

People with alcohol and other drug dependence problems who receive more intensive therapies, such as counseling, social work assistance and other education activities, are no less likely to stop abusing these substances than those who receive typical primary care, according to a study from the Boston Medical Center released Tuesday…

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