Substance abuse treatment helps reduce reported methamphetamine use among men who have sex with men
UCLA/USC Panel on Methadone
Naltrexone plus bupropion reduces cigarette smoking in individuals with methamphetamine use disorder: A secondary analysis from the CTN ADAPT-2 trial
UCLA’s Drs. Chelsea Shover & David Goodman-Meza featured in LA Times Article
CBAM’s Mobile Clinic featured in LA Times article
Methamphetamine use and adoption of preventive behaviors early in the COVID-19 pandemic among men who have sex with men in Los Angeles, California


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