Testing theDrugSubstitutionSwitching-AddictionsHypothesis A Prospective Study in a Nationally Representative Sample

@inproceedings{Blanco2014TestingTA,
  title={Testing theDrugSubstitutionSwitching-AddictionsHypothesis A Prospective Study in a Nationally Representative Sample},
  author={Carlos Blanco and Mayumi Okuda and Shuai Wang and Shang-min Liu and Mark Olfson},
  year={2014}
}
RESULTS Approximately one-fifth (n = 2741) of the total sample had developed a new-onset SUD at the wave 2 assessment. Individuals who remitted from 1 SUD during this period were significantly less likely than those who did not remit to develop a new SUD (13.1% vs 27.2%, P < .001). Results were robust to sample specification. An exception was that remission from a drug use disorder increased the odds of a new SUD (odds ratio [OR] = 1.46; 95% CI, 1.11-1.92). However, after adjusting for the… CONTINUE READING
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