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    A Zero Score in the TLFB-28 Interview - What is Hidden Behind?
    Authors: Tea Laakso, Mauri Aalto, Anna-Maija Koivisto, Satu Mannisto and Kaija Seppa
    Abstract: Aims: The Alcohol Timeline Followback (TLFB) interview is considered to be a reliable method to assess a person�s alcohol consumption. This is why it is often used in scientific studies to define different drinker groups.
    Nalmefene in Supporting Alcohol Reduction: Observations from a Clinical Cohort
    Authors: Lynn Owens, Andrew Thompson, Munir Pirmohamed, Ian Gilmore and Paul Richardson1
    Abstract: With the support of our local clinical commissioning group, we developed a pathway of care to support risky drinkers in attaining and maintaining an alcohol reduction treatment goal.
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    Journal of Addiction Medicine & Therapy is focused on neuroscience contributions and it aims to advance our understanding of the mechanism of action of drugs with addictive potential. Papers are accepted from both animal experimentation and clinical research. The content is geared towards behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neuro-biological and pharmacology aspects of these fields.
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