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Cocaine withdrawal symptoms however are very real and must be taken into consideration while the cocaine vaccine is a breakthrough an addict still requires support and medical attention to achieve proper rehabilitation.

How it Works

The meth vaccine works by preventing methamphetamine from entering the nervous system. This is done by attacking the drug while it is still within the bloodstream using the bodys immune system.

Since the addict will no longer be taking the drug, it will no longer enter the brain. This will in turn take away the incentive for use of the recreational drug.

On their own, meth molecules are too small to trigger an antibody response from the immune system. So unfortunately a meth addict is at the mercy of this powerful drug. In order to get the immune system involved, the meth vaccine, also known as M6 will link the meth molecule to a larger molecule, known as a carrier. This will trigger an antibody response causing the body to take action against the harmful meth molecules.

Cocaine Vaccine: Hope for New Castle Addicts

If you are among the 1.4 million drug addicts residing in New Castle who want to beat their cocaine addiction, there is hope for you yet.

Drug abuse has cost New Castle families loss; not in just in monetary terms but in the form of taking away their loved ones. An estimated 75% of users who try cocaine become addicted to it and it is one of the leading causes of death. Whats more is that only 1 in 4 people who quit are successful in doing so. However, the recent announcement of a possible cocaine vaccine has served as a ray of hope.

Since access to the brain is blocked, the heroin that remains in the blood stream gets broken down by enzymes in the body. This broken down heroin eventually loses its effect and is removed from the body.

Developing a Heroin Vaccine was a Challenge

When heroin gets broken down by the body, it metabolizes in several different byproducts including morphine which is responsible for the high experienced with the drug. Therefore, a versatile vaccine needed to be created that could combat the effect of all these byproducts.


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