Alcoholism drugs work in study that may dispel doubts
from Bloomberg Businessweek
Four medicines to treat alcoholism worked to reduce addiction, a study found, providing evidence that may overcome skepticism and spur greater use of the drugs. The medications helped alcoholics reduce their drinking, an analysis of more than 120 studies found. The drugs "are not used as much as they potentially could," said Daniel Jonas, the lead study author and an associate professor of medicine, at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
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