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An Ounce of Prevention: A Pre-Randomized Protocol to Improve Retention in Substance Use Disorder Clinical Trials by Northrup TF, et al. Addict Behav 2017;64:137-142.
Performance of the Tobacco, Alcohol, Prescription Medication, and Other Substance Use (TAPS) Tool for Substance Use Screening in Primary Care Patients by McNeely J, et al. Annals of Internal Medicine 2016 (in press). CTN-0059 Primary Outcomes Article!

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