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Are you tired of the life you're leading? Always struggling to get money for drugs, sneaking around, doing things you never imagined you would do. This is a miserable existence and you deserve better. Let Quincy drug rehab help you break away from your drug addiction.

When you call Quincy drug rehab, you are jumpstarting your new life free of drugs. You will have an admission counselor help you throughout the process of getting into rehab. They will gather information from you necessary to get you into treatment. They will make sure that all your questions and concerns are answered. They will even make travel arrangements for you.

Meth Vaccines

The meth vaccine being developed by The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) to counter the effects of meth abuse is in early stages of research at the moment. Initial tests show promising signs on rats and other animals.

About two years ago, Kim Janda, a professor of TSRI and his colleagues developed 6 potential meth vaccines. Each vaccine had a chemical cognate of the meth molecule which was linked to a larger antibody-provoking molecule.

Trials were first conducted on mice and later, on rats. Three mice were able to give a powerful antibody reaction. After testing on rats, the experts noticed that vaccine MH6 performed exceptionally well. MH6 was able to prevent two typical effects caused by meth, namely increased physical activity and losing the normal ability for regulating body temperature.

Encouraged by this observation, the MH6 vaccine was studied further in more depth and tested with a varied experimental set up to see if the vaccine produced the same results. Amazingly enough, it did!

The experimentation also paved way from a valuable discovery. The vaccine was able to keep the drug out of the nervous system of the rats and stay only in the blood stream. This was the main cause for aiding the body to give a strong antibody response.

Disturbing Facts about Cocaine Addiction in Quincy

If you are a resident of Quincy, you should be aware of the upsetting statistics reported on drug abuse in Quincy:

  • Annually, 18,000 pounds of cocaine is seized in Quincy
  • Approximately 3 million people use illegal drugs in Quincy alone.
  • Cocaine is reported as the number one premature killer in the state of Quincy.

Cocaine, which is extracted from coca plant leaves, is rated as a high dependency risk drug by the federal government. The statistics on cocaine addiction show that it is the second most illegal drug after marijuana to be used in the U.S. Around 2,500 Americans use it every day for the first time, with 2.1 million being regular users.

Heroine Vaccine: The Idea

While treatments options abound, researchers have long been working on the development of a heroin vaccine to reduce dependency on the drug. Millions of people in Quincy and the rest of the U.S. are addicted to heroin which comes with its own list of associated problems, such as increased incidence of HIV transferred through shared syringes. Not to mention, drug relapse is relatively high in heroin as compared to other drugs.

These and other factors have set the stage for the development of a heroin vaccine. Various reports show that the possibility of heroin vaccine pre-testing is finally here. Till now, tests have been conducted on rats, which have provided positive results. If you know someone who has fallen prey to heroin addiction, these vaccines may provide the possibility of a sober future.

The heroin vaccine creates a barrier between the drug and the brain. By preventing heroin from reaching the brain when it enters the blood stream, the vaccine kills the psychological effect, the high that the drug creates. The vaccine achieves this by triggering the enzymes present in our body to act against heroin. The vaccine would have pieces of the drug which are inactive, and this will train the immune system to create antibodies to counter the effects of heroin in your system.

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