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Comorbidities and Race/Ethnicity Among Adults with Stimulant Use Disorders in Residential Treatment by Sanchez, Chartier, Greet, et al. J Ethnicity Subst Abuse 2015 (in press).
Initial Response as a Predictor of 12-Week Buprenorphine-Naloxone Treatment Response in a Prescription Opioid-Dependent Population by McDermott, Griffin, Connery, et al. J Clin Psych 2014 (in press).

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