‘Dangerous data’ part 4: Sobells Decisively Crack the Abstinence Consensus. An Effectiveness Bank Hot Topic

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‘DANGEROUS DATA’ PART 4: SOBELLS DECISIVELY CRACK THE ABSTINENCE CONSENSUS

Fourth weekly instalment of the series on controlled drinking as a treatment goal. Published in 1973, hard-to-explain-away results from the solidity of a randomised trial showed successful treatment of US patients need not conform to abstinence-only orthodoxy. Mark and Linda Sobell paid for their findings with decades of challenges to their integrity.

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