The Confusion Continues: Can Baclofen Treat Alcoholism or Not?

What happens when researchers deliver conflicting results? What should we believe? A recent study examining the effectiveness of baclofen in alcohol dependence seems to fly in the face of previous research. Experts are questioning whether or not this drug is effective in treating alcohol dependence. Just the Facts, Please Baclofen is a muscle relaxant and…

A new study reveals Baclofen isn't quite the miracle drug we'd hoped for.
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