Texas A&M Researcher Examines Cocaine Effects

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Barry Setlow is a professor in Texas A&M University and he has got a grant to study the ralationship of cocaine with the decision making process. It seems that the effect of cocaine in the long-term decision making is stronger than it was previously thought. He has been using laboratory rats and the results will be crucial to find new ways of treating cocaine addiction.


"If it was unavailable or I had no more sources of money, quitting cocaine would be a relatively simple and fairly painless exercise. But one thing I can say for sure about the thralls of a binge, is that as long as you can get it, you will. Even if it lea"


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