New Research from the SSW's Sacco, Tuten, Connolly and Hodorowicz examines Substance Use and Psychosocial Functioning in a Sample of Liver Transplant Recipients with Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

July 16, 2018

 

Despite the frequency of liver transplantation in alcoholic recipients, the burden of co-occurring psychosocial comorbities remains poorly defined. The SSW's Paul Sacco, Michelle Tuten, Mark Connolly, Mary Hodorowicz and others co-authored new research published in Transplantation Proceedings.

 

Substance Use and Psychosocial Functioning in a Sample of Liver Transplant Recipients with Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

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