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Topiramate for the Treatment of Alcohol Dependence: Comparison with Naltrexone (>> click to go to the journal's website)
European Addiction Research, 10/28/10
Florez G et al. – Topiramate at a mean dose of 200 mg/day was better than naltrexone at a mean dose of 50 mg/day at reducing alcohol intake and cravings throughout the study.

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