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Brain research points the way to new treatments for nicotine addiction | NEWS.am Medicine - All about health and medicine
 

Brain research points the way to new treatments for nicotine addiction | NEWS.am Medicine - All about health and medicine

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Now, in her latest paper, Ibanez-Tallon and colleagues from Rockefeller, Mount Sinai Medical School, and the National Institute of Biological Sciences, China, move us one step closer to understanding how nicotine maintains its powerful grip on the brain...
 
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