Drug relapse more likely if recovery is forced

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Voluntary methadone maintenance therapy is more effective than involuntary in-centre treatment, new research shows People with chronic opioid use disorders are more likely to relapse and do so sooner if they are treated in a compulsory drug detention centre rather than a voluntary drug treatment centre using methadone maintenance therapy, according to the first study comparing the

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