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Plasma Methadone Measurements and Their Role in Methadone Detoxification Programs Kim Wolff,’


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We monitored eight patients who were receiving a decreasing dose of methadone for treatment for opioid addiction (detoxification). Patients with plasma concentrations of methadone

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