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Incremental Validity of Estimated Cannabis Grams as a Predictor of Problems and Cannabinoid Biomarkers: Evidence from a Clinical Trial by Tomko RL, et al. Drug Alcohol Depend 2018;182:1-7.
Patterns of Substance Use and Arrest Histories Among Hospitalized HIV Drug Users: A Latent Class Analysis by Shiu-Yee K, et al. AIDS Behav 2018 (in press).

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