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Brief counseling for drug use doesn't work

In an effort to stem substance use, the US has invested heavily in the past decade in a brief screening-and-intervention protocol for alcohol and other drugs. But a new study casts doubt on whether that approach, which has proven successful with risky alcohol use, works for illicit drugs.
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