A Safer, More Effective Morphine May Be Possible with Indiana University Discovery

INDIANAPOLIS — An orphan drug originally used for HIV treatment has been found to short-circuit the process that results in additional sensitivity and pain from opioid use. The study by researchers at the Indiana University School of Medicine is reported in the March 25, 2011 issue of Brain, Behavior and Immunity. View full post on Health News

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