PMID: 3007777Jan 1, 1985Paper

Naltrexone

Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
H D Kleber

Abstract

Naltrexone (Trexan R), a long acting, orally affective narcotic antagonist was approved by the Food & Drug Administration in November, 1984 for use as an adjunct in the treatment of Opioid Addiction. This research capsule will explore what is known about naltrexone, and the most appropriate ways of using the drug.

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