Vaccine Gives Alcoholics Instant Hangover To Help Them Stay Sober

Vaccine Gives Alcoholics Instant Hangover To Help Them Stay Sober
Innovation

Researchers in Chile are going to test a possible solution for breaking the addiction cycle alcoholics face.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 february 2013

Dr. Juan Asenjo, the director of the Institute for Cell Dynamics and Biotechnology at Universidad de Chile, is leading a team of researchers who are developing a vaccine for alcoholics. The injection makes drinking alcohol intolerable as it gives the person an immediate hangover when they take a sip and it is introduced into their system.

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