Increasing neurogenesis might prevent drug addiction and relapse

Researchers hope they have begun paving a new pathway in the fight against drug dependence. Their hypothesis — that increasing the normally occurring process of making nerve cells might prevent addiction — is based on a rodent study demonstrating that blocking new growth of specific brain nerve cells increases vulnerability for cocaine addiction and relapse.

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