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Barb Sorg – Can We Blunt Drug-Related Memories?

The circumstances that lead someone to abuse drugs may also make it harder to quit. Barb Sorg, professor of neuroscience at WSU Vancouver, hypothesizes that people develop powerful drug-related memories that are implicated in relapse when they try to quit. … Continue reading

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