Effects of Behavioral Intervention on Substance Use Among People Living With HIV: the Healthy Living Project Randomized Controlled Study
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In the current study, the researchers examined reductions in substance use in response to an intensive intervention with people living with HIV.
"A case management intervention model, delivered individually, is likely to result in significant and sustained reductions in substance use among people living with HIV," the authors concluded.
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