PMID: 591141Oct 1, 1977

Detoxification from methadone maintenance: the state of the art

The International Journal of the Addictions
H D Kleber

Abstract

The reasons for successful withdrawal from methadone maintenance remain to be clarified. The theories, methods, and outcome of methadone maintenance withdrawal are reviewed, and it is concluded that successful withdrawal is possible for at least a sizable minority.

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Jan 1, 1984·Addictive Behaviors·S M HallM Kushner
Mar 14, 1981·Lancet·M S GoldH D Kleber
Jan 5, 2002·Drug and Alcohol Dependence·E RoblesK Silverman
Jan 1, 1984·Journal of Psychoactive Drugs·J L SorensenD A Deitch
Nov 1, 1992·Journal of Clinical Psychology·M A Gentile, J B Milby
Sep 1, 1987·Journal of Clinical Psychology·J B MilbyG E Woody
Jan 1, 1982·The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse·A R Mann, M D Feit
Nov 1, 1983·The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science·T J Ives, C C Stults

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