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This is an excellent article on the brain disease of addittion:
McGill University in Montreal, Canada has an excellent web page on drug effects on the brain:
The best text book on the disease of addiction is:
There is a lot of valuable information on the governments substance abuse web site:
Review of the Stages of Change
Benefits of buprenorphine and methadone maintainance
MAT treatment options review
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