[ibogaine] vaccines a'comin'
carlambarnes at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 12 00:54:02 EDT 2002
That's so disgusting. I mean it's not if someone wants
that, but you knowwwwwwwwwwwwww this kind of stuff and
what drugabusesciences puts out is going to end up
being forced on people as part of court proceedings,
parole, probation, all of that. It's turning people
When I read all that crap on
http://www.drugabusesciences.com they are so excited
at the idea of locking down people's state of mind.
I'm venting but the whole idea of innoculating people
against getting high is sooooooooooo sick.
--- Dana Beal <dana at cures-not-wars.org> wrote:
> Pubdate: Fri, 5 Jul 2002
> Source: Wall Street Journal (US)
> Copyright: 2002 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
> Contact: wsj.ltrs at wsj.com
> Website: http://www.wsj.com/
> Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/487
> Author: Gautam Naik, Staff Reporter Of The Wall
> Street Journal
> Bookmark: http://www.mapinc.org/rehab.htm
> DRUG MAKERS TEST VACCINES AND DRUGS TO HALT
> Recently, about 50 smokers in Belgium were injected
> with an unusual drug
> code-named TA-NIC. After taking as many as five
> doses over 10 weeks, two
> smokers quit. Several others reported a lower desire
> to smoke, according to
> Xenova PLC, the drug's British maker.
> The experimental drug is one of the first attempts
> to design an antismoking
> vaccine. By producing antibodies in the user's
> blood, it prevents nicotine
> molecules from entering the brain and triggering a
> "high." Denied such
> pleasure, a smoker theoretically has less incentive
> to light up.
> Vaccines are just one of several new approaches to
> fighting the escalating
> problem of addiction. About 1.2 million people in
> Western Europe and 3.2
> million Americans are hooked on hard drugs such as
> heroin, cocaine and
> speed, according to the United Nations. Millions
> more are dependent on
> tobacco and alcohol.
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