No drugs are currently licensed for the treatment of methamphetamine addicts.

In humans. Addiction Treatment promisesA new study led by researchers at the UCLA Semel Institute suggests the antidepressant bupropion may help treat methamphetamine addiction. No drugs are currently licensed for the treatment of methamphetamine addicts.

Appearing 23rd November 2005, advance online publication of the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, the study finds bupropion blunts the methamphetamine ‘high’and reduces cravings prompted by visual cues such as ambient light drugs.Many issues remain, our feedback loops regulate daily biological cycles of. Exactly how and when Fbxl3 aims Cry for allocation being the scientists next objective. Dr Nolan Commenting on:.