Reduction in Drinking was Associated With Improved Clinical Outcomes in Women With HIV Infection and Unhealthy Alcohol Use: Results From a Randomized Clinical Trial of Oral Naltrexone Versus Placebo Article

Cook, Robert L., Zhou, Zhi, Miguez, Maria Jose et al. (2019). Reduction in Drinking was Associated With Improved Clinical Outcomes in Women With HIV Infection and Unhealthy Alcohol Use: Results From a Randomized Clinical Trial of Oral Naltrexone Versus Placebo . ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH, 43(8), 1790-1800. 10.1111/acer.14130



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  • Cook, Robert L.; Zhou, Zhi; Miguez, Maria Jose; Quiros, Clery; Espinoza, Luis; Lewis, John E.; Brumback, Babette; Bryant, Kendall

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  • August 1, 2019

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  • 1790

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  • 1800

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  • 43

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  • 8