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Researchers find removing brain cells linked to wakefulness and addiction may lessen symptoms of opioid withdrawal

A UCLA-led 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. Read More

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