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Tuesday, May 08, 2018


My take-away is that there is an opportunity to identify mood/anxiety disorders in persons with tobacco addiction and provide treatments to help with their co-occurring disorder recovery process. Like all addictions, it is difficult to get into effective recovery if the person has an unrecognized mental health diagnosis .

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