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Test Trials

The test trials have proven successful. The cocaine vaccine has passed its pre-testing trials on rats and non-human primates. It is all set to be tested on humans within the next 7-8 months. Biologically, non-human primates are reported to being closer to humans than rats. Test results have shown that vaccinated primates showed a decreased activity to cocaine than non-vaccinated primates.

The cocaine occupancy level of the dopamine transporter which is 40% to achieve a high, dropped to 20% with the use of the vaccine. The results of vaccine lasted about 13 weeks in rats and 7 weeks in non-human primates.

Researchers are not sure about the amount of vaccine and number of times it would have to be given to humans to achieve the desired results. One thing is for sure is that the breakthrough of a cocaine vaccine will prove to be enormously beneficial for cocaine addicts in Kettering as well as those around the country who wish to remove this harmful drug from their life.

Anti-Cocaine Vaccine Development Takes a Major Leap Forward

Kettering is a state with many substance abuse problems. Second to marijuana in opiates, cocaine, haunts its addicts with serious ailments. Although several treatment options are available, cocaine does not have a vaccine available in the market just yet. Undergoing several lab tests, anti-cocaine vaccines provide a glimmer of hope for thousands of addicts who have failed to achieve any success through conventional treatment methods.

For about a century, researchers and pharmacists have tried to create vaccines for several drug addiction issues. The early 1970s saw scientist develop a vaccine for heroin addiction, from different derivatives of morphine. The research withered away though, due to the availability of methadone, which helped heroin addicts stop using the drug. Funded by the National Institute of Drugs Abuse, recently, researchers at Cornell Medical College have successfully tested an anti-cocaine vaccine in mice and primates.

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How Does It Work?

The vaccine attempts to identify the cocaine resembling molecule as a trespasser and the immune system fights it off. First, the vaccine will stop it from reaching the brain. Next, if the person uses cocaine again after vaccination has been applied, it produces antibodies which kill it in the bloodstream.