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Disease model of addiction.

@inproceedings{Miller2010DiseaseMO,
  title={Disease model of addiction.},
  author={Frederic P. Miller and Agnes F. Vandome},
  year={2010}
}
If alcoholism is defined as a disease, it will be treated as a healthcare problem. As a result, alcoholics will be assured the right to receive appropriate medical treatment for this disease. The treatment of Alcoholism will be covered by health insurance and other health care financing plans in both the public and private sectors. The appropriate health care groups will be mobilized to support its treatment. And, most importantly, ongoing biomedical research which relates alcoholism to other… 
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