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For further information on buprenorphine treatment and addiction, pleae visit http://www.naabt.org There is a FAQ section a links page with selected relevant sites, a section for treatment providers, A list and search engine for all buprenorphine certifies doctors, and a complete educational section with patients stories, literature, laws, news, glossary, and much much more please feel welcome to explore the entire site. The site map can sum up what the site has to offer, all on one page:

Click here to find a physician certified to prescribe buprenorphine

Click here to find clinical studies in your area

You can help reduce the stigma with the words you choose

Below are some medical studies/papers/articles and resources regarding buprenorphine. It is not a complete list however a good place to start.

Opioid Dependence is a Brain Disease, collection of articles

Are Opioid-Dependent/Tolerant Patients Impaired in Driving-Related Skills? A Structured Evidence-Based Review

Buprenorphine: An Alternative Treatment for Opioid Dependence

8/2004 John Hopkins University, Baltimore MD
Practical Considerations for the Clinical Use of Buprenorphine
Written by practicing doctors.


The Neurobiology of Opioid Dependence: Implications for Treatment

A Collection of Articles That Address Heroin Prevention, Treatment and Research


article: 3 times weekly dosing of buprenorphine


NIDA Research Report - Heroin Abuse and Addiction


NIDA Research Report - Prescription Drugs: Abuse and Addiction


Buprenorphine May Soon Be Heroin Treatment Option 1/1995

Addiction is a Brain disease

Article: This is Your Brain on Drugs: An Inside Look at Addiction

Article: Post Acute Withdrawal (PAW)Exerpted From "Staying Sober" By: Terence T. Gorski

Successful Trial Caps 25-Year Buprenorphine Development Effort 9/2004

Scientific references

Effects of drug delivery methods

Addiction, Dopamine, and the Review Molecular Mechanisms of Memory

Cue-Induced Cocaine Craving: Neuroanatomical Specificity for Drug Users and Drug Stimuli

(This is the most downloaded file on naabt.org)
(TIP- 40) Clinical Guidelines for the Use of Buprenorphine in the Treatment of Opioid Addiction (198 page book PDF 1.1MB) [center]A hard copy can be ordered and shipped free of charge from:
http://ncadistore.samhsa.gov/catalog...roductID=16829
For anyone interested in the clinical aspects of buprenorphine treatment this is a MUST HAVE.





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