COCAINE CUT WITH ANTI WORMING DRUG CAN CAUSE BRAIN DAMAGE

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Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug Levamisole May Cause

THURSDAY, Nov. 8, 2018 — Cocaine is often cut with the anti-worming drug levamisole– and the combination is linked to brain damage, Swiss researchers report. "We can assume from our findings that it is not just cocaine that changes the brain, but that the adulterant levamisole has an additional harmful effect," said research leader Boris Quednow, from the University of Zurich.
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Cocaine cut with anti-worming drug can cause brain damage

Nov 08, 2018 · THURSDAY, Nov. 8, 2018 — Cocaine is often cut with the anti-worming drug levamisole — and the combination is linked to brain damage, Swiss researchers report.
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Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug May Cause Brain Damage

11 days ago · Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug May Cause Brain Damage THURSDAY, Nov. 8, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Cocaine is often cut with the anti-worming drug levamisole — and the combination is linked to brain damage , Swiss researchers report.
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Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug May Cause Brain Damage

Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug May Cause Brain Damage. November 8, 2018; Robert Preidt; THURSDAY, Nov. 8, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Cocaine is often cut with the anti-worming drug levamisole — and the combination is linked to brain damage, Swiss researchers report.
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Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug May Cause Brain Damage

Nov 08, 2018 · Cocaine Cut With Anti-Worming Drug May Cause Brain Damage. add comment 9 views. — Cocaine is often cut with the anti-worming drug levamisole — and the combination is linked to brain damage, Swiss researchers report. “We can assume from our findings that it is not just cocaine that changes the brain, but that the adulterant
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THURSDAY, Nov. 8, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Cocaine is often cut with the anti-worming drug levamisole — and the combination is linked to brain damage, Swiss researchers report. "We can assume from our findings that it is not just cocaine that changes the brain, but that the adulterant levamisole has an additional harmful effect," said research leader Boris Quednow, from the University of Zurich.
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Cocaine adulterant may cause brain damage — ScienceDaily

Around 10 years ago, however, a new adulterant made an appearance which is now widely spread in street cocaine in Europe and North America: The animal anti-worming agent levamisole.
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