AME-359 - New drug could help beat cocaine addiction ??

Steady Eddy nonsmoking1 at comcast.net
Wed Jul 23 22:06:26 EST 2003


"Richard Schimelfenig" <DHempman at nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message news:<TXaTa.25350$7O.9043 at nwrdny01.gnilink.net>...
> "Jasbird" <jasbird#deletethis#@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
> news:1ojphv8ukckbuosofcgieijhubie2v9nka at 4ax.com...
> > Can I make some assumptions here?
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> > * Coke-heads need it every day until they're 'cured'
> > * The drug will not prevent 'relapse'
> > * AME-359 costs a lot of money
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> You forgot a major point.
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> Once they realize that they still want to get high, but good money spent on the
> drug is now wasted, coke users will stop taking AME-359 as soon as possible,
> 
> * coke users will have to be forced by the nanny-state to take the drug against
> thier will.



Beats going to jail nitwitt.




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> > New drug could help beat cocaine addiction
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>  <http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/articles/5833090?source=Evening%20Standard>
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> > By Mark Prigg, Evening Standard | 21 July 2003
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> > Cocaine addicts could be helped to kick the habit with a revolutionary
> > treatment. A new drug has been developed that neutralises the
> > narcotic's effect on the brain.
> > ...
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> > The drug, called AME-359, was discovered by the Applied Molecular
> > Evolution company in San Diego.
> > ...
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> > Recent Home Office figures claim that more than 35 per cent of people
> > in the UK have tried cocaine.
> >



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