Federal office helps scientists get controlled substances, but the price is paperwork and secrecy
All of these scientists, who are trying to better understand how drugs behave chemically in the brain and affect people's behavior, are familiar with the quirks of working with illicit substances such as heroin, cocaine, and LSD. Once a small community, their ranks are growing rapidly in step with the nation's increased attention to combating the problem of drug abuse in United States society. "We're trying to...
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