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This asymmetry seems to us to be both arbitrary and potentially misleading, especially for the approximately 25% of co-morbid individuals who report that the SUD began prior to the anxiety disorder. Although beyond the scope of this chapter, the causal implications of these epidemiological data do dovetail into various clinical aspects of co-morbidity. For example, we have argued elsewhere (Kushner, Abrams, and Borchardt 2000) that treating either the SUD alone or the anxiety disorder alone, while observing the impact on the other condition, offered a quasi-experimental approach to quantifying the degree of causal influence between co-morbid disorders.
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