Alcohol Gateway to Cocaine Use

Article   Nov 02, 2017 | by Adam Tozer PhD

 
Alcohol is Gateway Drug to Compulsive Cocaine Use

Adam Tozer PhD

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Miklos Legrady | Dec 08, 2017

Alcohol may be the gateway for cocaine in alcoholic mice, but that makes it hard to account for the hundreds of millions of people globally who are alcoholics without ever touching cocaine. It sounds more like the mind, when introduced to mind altering drugs like alcohol, will be more disposed to consume other mind altering drugs.


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