Therefore in this study we attempted to examine the association between demographic variables, clinical parameters, relapse
precipitants (or 'high risk' situations), coping strategies, self-efficacy, stressful life events and perceived social support, and relapse
among patients with either alcohol or opioid dependence.
Negative life events significantly predicted relapse
in all patients, with a hazard ratio (HR) of 1.
We don't know yet whether this reduces the risk of relapse
, but the available data on these agents suggest that they will lower the risk of late relapse
," for breast cancer patients, Dr.
The central focus of our work on stress-induced relapse
to drug seeking has been on characterizing the brain systems and circuitry involved.
Many fighting addiction relapse
multiple times, like Robert Downey Jr.
Post partum studies showed that the relapse
rate increased during the first three months after the birth.
Association of subtherapeutic dosages of a standard drug regimen with failures in preventing relapses
of vivax malaria.
rates for addictive diseases do not differ significantly from rates for other chronic diseases.
He was administered chemotherapy and radiotherapy, but he died of infection secondary to a second relapse
29 months after the initial diagnosis.
Endpoints of both studies include evaluating the effect of BG-12 on measurements of clinical relapse
, the progression of disability, and various MRI measures.
Alcohol abusers who take acamprosate and relapse
are still better off continuing to take the drug because they have an improved chance of achieving abstinence, company data show.
For physicians and other health professionals, the risk of substance abuse relapse
was greater in those who used major opioids, had a coexisting psychiatric illness, or had a family history of substance abuse, Karen B.
A new study shows that smokers trying to quit are more likely to experience a relapse
in the afternoon or evening, contrary to the commonly held belief that the morning is the most vulnerable time.
The researchers find that in patients in the crisis stage who relapse
despite treatment, this action is subverted or the drug is simply overwhelmed.
For health care professionals, the risk of substance abuse relapse
was greater among those who used major opioids, had a coexisting psychiatric illness, or a family history of substance abuse, Karen B.