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Into the maze : treatment pathways and treatment outcomes of heroin dependent individuals in Australia / Richard Cooke ... [et al.]
Bib ID 4317064
Format BookBook
Description Parkside, S. Aust : Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia, c2007 
34 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 9780980313048
Series

DASSA research monograph : research series ; no. 24.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 32-34.

Subjects Heroin abuse -- Treatment -- Australia.  |  Drug addicts -- Rehabilitation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Cooke, Richard  |  Drug And Alcohol Services South Australia
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