‘Erasing’ Drug-associated Memories May Stop Drug Addiction Relapses

“Erasing” drug-associated memories may prevent recovering drug abusers from relapsing, researchers have discovered. The team was able to reduce drug-seeking behaviors in rats by blocking a brain chemical receptor important to learning and memory during the recall of drug-associated memories.

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