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Volume 4, Number 1 - December 2007

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Marijuana Dependence and Its Treatment
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Assessing Addiction: Concepts and Instruments
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Sharon Samet, Rachel Waxman, Mark Hatzenbuehler, and Deborah S. Hasin

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Hepatitis C for Addiction Professionals
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Diana Sylvestre

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Managing Addiction as a Chronic Condition
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Michael Dennis and Christy K Scott

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