Reply to Griffiths: The Relationship Between Gambling and Homelessness
KeywordsProblem Gambling Pathological Gambling Homeless People Factual Error Gambling Disorder
Conflict of interest
The Centre for Gambling Research at UBC (Dr. Clark) is supported by funding from the British Columbia Lottery Corporation and the Province of BC to the University of British Columbia. None of the authors have received financial benefits from the gambling industry or groups opposed to gambling.
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