In our study, we found that gay men were more likely to smoke their primary problem substance. Taken together, this may indicate a pattern of using a substance, such as methamphetamine, initiated in later life, in a non-daily binge manner. Author manuscript; available in PMC Apr 1. Drug and alcohol dependence. Thus, despite the importance of the findings reported herein, caution should be taken when comparing our results to those from other studies. This finding points to the need for continued efforts to reduce methamphetamine use among the male sexual minority community.
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Route of administration for the primary substance of abuse when entering treatment is reported in Table 2. Furthermore, the way sexual orientation was operationalized was primarily a measure of identity e. Demographic information for participants is described in Table 1. Days of use for all primary problem substances in past 30 days. Drug and alcohol dependence. We compared the Poisson, negative binomial, zero-inflated Poisson, and zero-inflated negative binomial distributions. Differential Outcomes by Treatment Modality.