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In the 1940s, doctors explored whether disulfiram was useful as a treatment for alcohol abuse.
Around this time, manufacturers began using a chemical known as disulfiram to accelerate the vulcanization of rubber.
Another study looked at substance abuse treatment programs across the country and found that fewer than 20 percent sustained their use of medications including naltrexone or disulfiram.
In his clinical practice, he’d occasionally prescribed Antabuse (disulfiram) to patients who struggled with alcohol addiction.
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