Removing brain cells linked to wakefulness and addiction may lessen symptoms of opioid withdrawal
9 days ago - By ScienceDaily
A study in mice shows that removing chemical messengers in the brain that are involved in both wakefulness and addiction may make withdrawal from opioids easier and help prevent relapse.
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