Failure of acetylmethadol in treatment of narcotic addicts due to nonpharmacologic factors.

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Acetylmethadol, a new narcotic substitute, has a longer duration of action than methadone. Seventeen subjects, former heroin users currently under methadone treatment, entered a study of the toxicity and efficacy of this drug. Only nine subjects completed the assessment phase of the study and began the acetylmethadol phase, and only one completed the 8-week… (More)

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@article{Segal1976FailureOA, title={Failure of acetylmethadol in treatment of narcotic addicts due to nonpharmacologic factors.}, author={R. Segal and Analisa Everson and E. M. Sellers and Ram Pukar Thakur}, journal={Canadian Medical Association journal}, year={1976}, volume={115 10}, pages={1014-6} }