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Comiskey, Catherine (2015) The Australian Treatment Outcome Study – implications for treatment philosophies, policy, political processes and practice. Addiction , 110 , (6) , pp. 994-995. doi: 10.1111/add.12921.

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This paper (Teesson et al) highlights the needs of people who continue to use drugs in treatment as they age. As a result, it raises questions concerning the longer‐term adequacy of a stand‐alone harm reduction treatment philosophy and the systems in place to continuously inform national drug policies, with relevant underpinning philosophies and empirical research and, as a consequence, best practices...


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