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Lawrence Brown
Dr. Lawrence Brown is the current Chief Executive Officer of START Treatment & Recovery Centers. In his role, Dr. Brown is responsible for all aspects of health care services, oversight of health care professionals, and the conduct of behavioral and bio-medical research.  More
 
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  Alcohol education provided to opioid treatment program patients: results of a nationwide survey.
 
  Barriers to providing health services for HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C virus infection and sexually transmitted infections in substance abuse treatment programs in the United States.
 
  Hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus services offered by substance abuse treatment programs in the United States.
 
  Electronic medical record system at an opioid agonist treatment programme: study design, pre-implementation results and post-implementation trends.
 
 
 
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START Treatment and Recovery Centers offer holistic care when treating those with an opioid addiction and co-occurring mental illness to transition patients toward healthy and productive lives. The seven community-based treatment programs use individual and group counseling with medical and behavioral health professionals to treat patients, and some clinics offer short-term, outpatient detoxification and a drug-free chemical dependency program for other non-opiate addictions.
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  Monitoring quality and coverage of harm reduction services for people who use drugs: a consensus study  
     
  Estimation of State-Level Prevalence of Hepatitis C Virus Infection, US States and District of Columbia, 2010  
     
  Pregnancy outcome in more than 5000 births to women with viral hepatitis: a population-based cohort study in Sweden  
     
  A Karnofsky performance status-based score predicts death after hospital discharge in patients with cirrhosis  
     
  Optimal treatment of hepatic encephalopathy  
     
  Cirrhosis Patients with Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis Are Significantly Less Likely to Receive Surveillance for Hepatocellular Carcinoma  
     
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