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A Cyclazocine Typology in Opiate Dependence
RICHARD B. RESNICK; MAX FINK; ALFRED M. FREEDMAN
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1256-1260.
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Department of psychiatry, New York Medical College, 5 East 102nd St., New York, N. Y. 10029

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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The authors present a typological classification useful in the therapy of opiate dependence based on patients' self-ratings of their need for opiates. Fourteen male subjects on cyclazocine treatment for up to two and one-half years reported less dependence on opiates for normal functioning than 17 male subjects who discontinued treatment. The existence of a consistent heterosexual relationship was significant in successful cyclazocine treatment. Enlisting patients' wives to supervise the daily cyclazocine intake has proven useful.

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cyclazocine ; opiates
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