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Study Title and Description

Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate dependent patients stabilized on oral naltrexone or an extended release naltrexone implant.



Key Questions Addressed
4 Key Questions 4a and 4b. Do interventions to reduce drug use reduce drug use or improve other risky behaviors? Do interventions to reduce drug use reduce morbidity or mortality or improve other health, social, or legal outcomes?
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Title Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate dependent patients stabilized on oral naltrexone or an extended release naltrexone implant.
Author Krupitsky E., Zvartau E., Blokhina E., Verbitskaya E., Wahlgren V., Tsoy-Podosenin M., Bushara N., Burakov A., Masalov D., Romanova T., Tyurina A., Palatkin V., Yaroslavtseva T., Pecoraro A., Woody G.
Country a Department of Pharmacology , St. Petersburg Pavlov State Medical University , St. Petersburg , Russia.
Year 2016
Numbers Pubmed ID: 27436632

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