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Turning uncertainties into opportunities: seeking out answers to unresolved questions will rally support and clear the path to the future. Report Feb 1, 2010 993
Preparing for major healthcare reform: a look at possible consequences for addiction treatment. Jun 1, 2009 711
Keeping our voice; If we forget our history, how will we interpret the future? May 1, 2008 2539
Medication is not a 'silver bullet': medications can help people move toward recovery, but they should not replace traditional addiction treatments. Dec 1, 2007 701
Keeping the passion alive: as we address workforce issues, we must not overlook the role of passion and mentoring. Nov 1, 2007 832
Working toward true parity: addiction needs to be more broadly recognized as a chronic disease. Disease/Disorder overview Oct 1, 2007 681
No pain, no gain; Our society emphasizes the path of least resistance, which makes working toward true recovery difficult. Sep 1, 2007 630
Raising our umbrella: it's time for our many associations to unite under an umbrella organization. Aug 1, 2007 775
Symbolizing the disease of addiction: making the case for a pin, ribbon, or wristband to represent the disease of addiction. Jul 1, 2007 557
Lines we must not cross: the field must stand firm on some issues as addiction treatment receives more national attention. Viewpoint essay Jun 1, 2007 744
Our time to celebrate: a conference presents an opportunity to bring the "family" together. May 1, 2007 584
Emphasizing the greater good: important traits need to be passed onto the next generation of addiction treatment leaders. Apr 1, 2007 685
Teaching the past to guide the future: we must actively educate new leaders about the field's history. Mar 1, 2007 731
Time to be transparent and accountable: we have an obligation to make sure healthcare dollars are spent wisely. Feb 1, 2007 637
A storm is brewing: recovery, not just symptom management, should be treatment's goal. Jan 1, 2007 776
Manage the disease (not cost) of addiction: addiction is a chronic disorder like any other--and managed care needs to treat it as such. Feb 1, 2006 1439

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