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Help Hold Yourself To it
Contact researchers at Johns Hopkins to learn about a new study evaluating a new medication that may help you reduce your alcohol drinking. Participation requires 9 visits over about 16 weeks and is confidential Compensation is provided.
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Johns Hopkins Medicine
Approved December 2, 2013
Principal Investigator:
Eric C. Strain, M.D.
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