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Topics in Brief

The National Institute on Drug Abuse
Science of Addiction
Revised: January 2007
Drug Abuse Prevention
Revised: March 2007
Treating Offenders with Drug Problems:
Integrating Public Health and Public Safety

Revised: January 2007
Treatment for Opiate Addiction Right in the Doctor's Office

Revised: August 2006
NIDA's Blending Initiative: Accelerating Research-Based Treatments into Practice
Revised: October 2007
Comorbid Drug Abuse and Mental Illness
Revised: October 2007
Linked Epidemics:
Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS

Revised: October 2005
Methamphetamine Addiction:
Cause for Concern - Hope for the Future

Revised: March 2007
Prescription Drug Abuse
Revised: March 2008
Tobacco Addiction
Revised: November 2007
Genetics of Addiction
A Research Update from the National Institute on Drug Abuse

Revised: April 2008
Medications Development at NIDA
Revised: July 2008
Tobacco and Nicotine Research
Revised: August 2008

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