New study reveals brain’s potential to regulate fentanyl consumption

The opioid crisis continues to pose a grave public health concern, with synthetic opioids such as fentanyl posing a major risk for development of addiction and death due to overdose. A recent study by the research group led by Prof. Ami Citri at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences has unveiled crucial insights into the brain’s potential ability to regulate the urge to consume fentanyl. This discovery offers a glimmer of hope in the ongoing battle against opioid addiction.

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