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There are no pharmaceutical treatments approved by the Food and Drug Administration for methamphetamine use, abuse, and addiction. This does not mean that no drugs are in clinical trials or in use for helping those that are addicted to meth. Many researchers and government officials are calling for research into several medications for treatment of this dangerous addiction. This call has spurred researchers into evaluating existing medications for treatment of meth withdrawal and abuse....
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This is current data, resources and information to help educate individual's bout methamphetamines. It serves to educate meth's effects on the lives, health and metal impacts of addicts and society as a whole. This is current data, resources and information to help educate individual's bout methamphetamines. It serves to educate meth's effects on the lives, health and metal impacts of addicts and society as a whole.
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