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‘You Can’t Make This Stuff Up’: Anti-Fentanyl Vaccine Funded by Military Blocks Drug’s ‘High’

By Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D.

 

Researchers at the University of Houston this week announced the development of an anti-fentanyl vaccine designed to block fentanyl’s ability to enter the brain — and thus block its ability to create a “high.”

Stanley Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange” features an experimental treatment — the Ludovico Technique — used to change the behavior of a young man who was addicted to sex and violence.

Soon, we’ll have a vaccine designed to change human behavior — in real life.

A team of nine researchers led by the University of Houston (UH) this week announced the development of an anti-fentanyl vaccine. The vaccine is designed to block fentanyl’s ability to enter the brain — and thus block its ability to create a “high.”

According to a study in the journal Pharmaceutics, the research team tested 60 rats, 28 of which received the three-dose regimen of the vaccine.

 

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