Washington: Scientists have discovered that a combination of two existing pharmaceutical drugs has the potential of a new therapy for people addicted to cocaine. Researchers from the Scripps Research Institute found that a combination of low doses of the drug naltrexone with the drug buprenorphine can reduce their craving for cocaine and blunt their symptoms of withdrawal.
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