Gender differences among persons entering medication treatment for opioid use disorder in the community

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Journal: The American Journal on Addictions
Credit: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

Release Date: September 7, 2022

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This study was funded by the National Institutes on Drug Abuse (NIDA; North Bethesda, MD; R01DA043337, Springer & Shaw) and for career development by NIDA (K02 DA032322, Springer). The funders were not involved in the research design, analysis or interpretation of the data or the decision to publish the manuscript.

Author Springer has provided scientific consultation to Alkermes Inc. and received NIH and VA grant funding. Dr. Shaw received NIH funding. Dr. Springer has received in‐kind study drug donations from Alkermes Inc and Indivior Pharmaceutical Company for NIH‐funded research. The authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of this paper.

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