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Heroin Vaccine May Revolutionize Addiction Treatment

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Researchers are hailing a breakthrough in the creation of a heroin vaccine announced Tuesday that scientists hope will help addicts “forge a path to abstinence.”

The study is the culmination of eight years of research between scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and Virginia Commonwealth University. Researchers successfully tested a heroin vaccine on non-human primates that blocks the psychoactive effects of the drug that give users a “high” and feed addiction, reports KGTV.

Scientist say the vaccine is the first of its kind to clear the hurdles of preclinical trials. The next step is to partner with an outside company to conduct clinical trials of the vaccine.

“This validates our previous rodent data and positions our vaccine in a favorable light for anticipated clinical evaluation,” Kim Janda, the study leader at TSRI, said Tuesday, according to KGTV. “We believe this vaccine candidate will prove safe for human trials.”


And it continues.... So many major breakthroughs in many area's since trump became president. Not stopping any time soon it seems!

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Heroin vaccine. Despicable ghouls and poor chimps is the whole dam thing now. Nobody cares if this crap jacks your brain and chemistry up, all they are hyping is this alleged effect. Dam them all.

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