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Cover: The Age of Addiction: How Bad Habits Became Big BusinessThe Age of Addiction: How Bad Habits Became Big BusinessCourtwright, David T.HARDCOVER05/06/2019$27.95
Cover: Addiction: A Disorder of ChoiceAddiction: A Disorder of ChoiceHeyman, Gene M.PAPERBACK10/15/2010$21.50
Cover: Cocaine Addiction: Theory, Research and TreatmentCocaine Addiction: Theory, Research and TreatmentPlatt, Jerome J.PAPERBACK05/05/2000$48.50
Cover: Drug-Impaired ProfessionalsDrug-Impaired ProfessionalsCoombs, Robert HolmanPAPERBACK05/05/2000$39.00
Cover: The Natural History of Alcoholism RevisitedThe Natural History of Alcoholism RevisitedVaillant, George E.PAPERBACK05/25/1995$37.00
Cover: Substance and Shadow: Women and Addiction in the United StatesSubstance and Shadow: Women and Addiction in the United StatesKandall, Stephen R.PAPERBACK05/01/1999$18.50
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