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Dr. Troiani Interviewed on New British Research into Siblings and Drug Addiction 02.02.12
Dr. Troiani Interviewed on New British Research into Siblings and Drug Addiction
02.02.12

Finding a familial risk for drug addiction does not necessarily mean that people will become addicts, says Joseph Troiani, Ph.D., Adler School core faculty member and coordinator of its academic program on substance abuse. In this interview with Medill News Service, Dr. Troiani, a certified alcohol and drug counselor, discusses the risk, intervention options, and British research into siblings and drug abuse that was published Feb. 2 in the journal Science.

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