Remodeled Brain Circuits Hold Addiction Key, Study Suggests
By Sharon Kingman
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
LONDON – A new understanding of how the neural circuits in the brain alter following exposure to addictive drugs such as cocaine could allow researchers to identify targets for drugs to treat addiction.
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