Controlled Drinking Aim no Less Successful Than Aiming for Abstinence. An Effectiveness Bank Analysis

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CONTROLLED DRINKING AIM NO LESS SUCCESSFUL THAN AIMING FOR ABSTINENCE

Using achievement of controlled drinking (including abstinence) as its yardstick, a comprehensive review and amalgamation of research findings concludes that even among dependent drinkers, neither abstinence nor controlled drinking has the advantage as the basis for a treatment method and/or goal.

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