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Scientists in Brazil are developing the first vaccine that could help break cocaine addiction

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Scientists in Brazil are developing the first vaccine that could help break cocaine addiction

Scientists in Brazil are developing the first vaccine that could help break cocaine addiction

The vaccine is designed to help produce anti-cocaine antibodies in the body of a person who is chemically dependent on the substance.


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