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The intention is to monitor the subset which selects AA meetings and to monitor their progress during the study.
The concern, and reason for exclusion, is that a mixed set of treatments, or multiple treatments, may demonstrate a different efficacy than one discreet treatment (Kunitz, 2006)
DWI Treatment Modalities