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Efficacy of Varenicline in Patients With Severe Alcohol Dependence: A Pilot Double-Blind Randomized and Controlled Study.

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Summary of "Efficacy of Varenicline in Patients With Severe Alcohol Dependence: A Pilot Double-Blind Randomized and Controlled Study."

Varenicline has proven its efficacy in the treatment of nicotine dependence, and there is also evidence that it could be helpful in the treatment of alcohol dependence. In our pilot study, we investigated the feasibility and acceptability of varenicline for the treatment of a population of patients with severe alcohol dependence and multiple somatic comorbidities after alcohol detoxification.

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Name: Journal of clinical psychopharmacology
ISSN: 1533-712X
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