University of Houston researchers reportedly may have developed a “vaccine” blocking the ability of the dangerous synthetic opioid fentanyl to enter the brain.
The findings were published last month in the journal Pharmaceutics.
The three-dose shot provides the blood with antibodies that clean it from blood and reportedly prevents fentanyl, but not other opioids, from reaching the brain.
Fentanyl was responsible for 71,000 US deaths in 2021, the CDC reports.
Unsurprisingly, a ‘vaccine’ always seems to be the ‘solution’ for any health crisis.
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