Methamphetamine Enters Brain Quickly And Lingers

Using positron emission tomography to track tracer doses of methamphetamine in humans’ brains, scientists find that the addictive and long-lasting effects of this increasingly prevalent drug can be explained in part by its pharmacokinetics — the rate at which it enters and clears the brain, and its distribution.

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