March 26, 2017 | 12:00am CDT
Process Addictions: The Role of Medication Assisted Treatment
With Kirk Moberg, MD, PhD
Since the advent of disulfiram for alcoholism and methadone for opioid addiction there has been considerable activity to discover additional medications that can be utilized as part of a comprehensive treatment plan to treat substance use disorders. Many such medications have been synthesized. Some have an FDA indication and others do not. There is a much shorter list for which there are supporting data to treat process addictions. This presentation reviews clinical and neuro-biological aspects of process addictions and discuss current medications used to treat them.
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