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Methamphetamine (contractit frae N-methylamphetamine) is a strang central nervish seestem (CNS) stimulant that is mainly uised as a recreational drog an less commonly as a treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder an obesity.
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We made a decision in January of 1969 to cease the manufacture of injectable methamphetamines.
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In humans, the oral bioavailability of methamphetamine is approximately 70% but increases to 100% following intravenous (IV) delivery (Ares-Santos et al., 2013).
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