“Drop-ins,” “Dropouts,” and “Treatment Failures” in Methadone Maintenance
The problem of success or failure in methadone maintenance treatment is a very complex one. Many patterns occur within a patient population regarding their stability as patients and the way they relate to the concept of detoxification.
KeywordsTreatment Failure Methadone Maintenance Treatment Methadone Maintenance Methadone Program Physiological Disturbance
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