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Molecular roots of cocaine addiction in brain uncovered: Promising new anti-addiction drug revealed

Researchers have unraveled the molecular foundations of cocaine?s effects on the brain, and identified a compound that blocks cravings for the drug in cocaine-addicted mice. The compound, already proven safe for humans, is undergoing further animal testing in preparation for possible clinical trials in cocaine addicts, the researchers say.
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