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by George R. Lenz,etc.
Author: George R. Lenz,etc.
Publisher: Academic Press Inc (November 1986)
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Opiates by George R. Lenz. Academic Press Inc (1986). PDF facsimile (some limited markings throughout). This book can be read online or downloaded directly with no device or time restrictions. There is no shipping for this item. Digital media is electronically delivered instantly.
Opiates George R. Suzanne M. Evans Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, Illinois. A. J. Hopfinger Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago.
First, opiate users must connect their drug withdrawal to their use of the drug, which is something that individuals exposed to opiates in hospital settings are more likely to do. When withdrawal is interpreted as a form of addiction, the perceived (and felt) need for more drugs grows.
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