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Does acamprosate improve reduction of drinking as well as aiding abstinence?

Bibliographic reference Chick, J. ; Landron, Frédéric ; Lehert, Philippe. Does acamprosate improve reduction of drinking as well as aiding abstinence? . In: Journal of PsychoPharmacology, Vol. 17 (2003)
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