Opioid Vaccine Could Make the Brain Immune to Heroin

Preface by TLB Staff Writer: Christopher Wyatt

America is facing a crisis of opioid addiction and sure enough the pharmaceutical industry is ready to cash in with a vaccine. How long before a new vaccine to combat opioid addiction is made mandatory and what kind of horrific side effects will it have?

The following article makes it sound as if an opioid vaccine will be the perfect solution for America’s drug crisis but if you read closer this vaccine uses the immune system to block receptors in the brain. I am not a scientist or a doctor but in no universe could disabling part of the brain possible be safe. All of use need to be concerned about what is going on and we need to be talking to people about the current state of so called medical science before it is too late.

We The People NOT They The Elite! (CW)

Opioid Vaccine Could Make the Brain Immune to Heroin

By Dave Roos

Drug overdoses killed more than 50,000 Americans in 2015 and that number is expected to exceed 60,000 in 2016 when the official numbers are tallied. Of those deaths, more than half were blamed on opioids, a highly addictive family of drugs that includes illicit substances like heroin, legal prescription opioid pain relievers like oxycodone, and “designer” street drugs like fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is 100 times more powerful than heroin.


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