Reciprocal influences of tobacco use on illicit opioid and alcohol use during the first six-months of specialist addiction treatment - Eastwood B, Clare T, Dockrell MJ, Locker J, Chowdary Q, Jahr S, Jones A, Robson D, Marsden J.

BACKGROUND: This is the first national study of lagged reciprocal associations between tobacco smoking frequency and change in illicit opioid or alcohol use frequency within six-months of treatment. METHODS: All adults admitted to publicly-funde...
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