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The value of nalmefene for reducing consumption of alcohol in patients who are alcohol-dependent is “unestablished” and at most has “limited efficacy”, according to the results of a systematic review. Pictured, a man drinking a bottle of alcohol.

Patients taking nalmefene had fewer heavy drinking days than those taking a placebo

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