Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Clozaril seems to help people with Schizophrenia and alcoholism more with their alcoholism than other antipsychotics

GCASA treats many patients with co-occuring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders.

New research indicates that second generation antipsychotic medications seem to be more effective than first generation anti-psychotic medications in treating people with Schizophrenia and alcoholism.

Second generation anti-psychotics, Zyprexa (Olanzapine) and Clozaril (clozpine) were far more effective in helping patients suffering from Schizophrenia and alcohol abuse their alcoholism. Clozaril, in one small study seemed much more effective.

To read the brief report, click here.

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