Psychosocial and pharmacologic interventions to reduce harmful alcohol use in low- and middle-income countries
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, May 2023
M Claire Greene, Jeremy Kane, Michelle Alto, Ali Giusto, Kathryn Lovero, Melissa Stockton, Jasmine McClendon, Terriann Nicholson, Milton L. Wainberg, Renee M Johnson, Wietse Anton Tol
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