Published in Drug Week, March 26th, 2004
Patients taking disulfiram who ingest even small amounts of alcohol develop a reaction that produces nausea, flushing, vomiting and throbbing headache. At times, this reaction can be severe and can lead to critical illness, such as severe respiratory problems, circulatory problems or even death. According to the article, alcohol is a powerful "cue" for using cocaine, and can impair judgment and lower resistance to...
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