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Alcoholism: Use of Naltrexone

Dr. Raymond Anton, an expert in the area of substance abuse research, talks about the drug naltrexone as a therapy for alcohol dependence. He explains the mechanism of action by which alcohol acts in the brain, noting that some people are more sensitive to the euphoric effects of alcohol. In this substance abuse podcast, Dr. Anton describes how naltrexone functions, noting that it does not work for everyone. He mentions ongoing studies being performed at MUSC’s Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs.

For more information on this topic and other related topics, visit the MUSC Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs (CDAP.)


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