Teen girls have a more difficult time kicking their methamphetamine habit
than boys, according to a small new study which suggests that new methods are
needed to treat methamphetamine abuse in girls.
The teens who took bupropion provided far fewer methamphetamine-free urine
samples than those who took the placebo, which suggests that bupropion did not
work as a treatment for methamphetamine addiction, the researchers said.
What they found
The US National Institute on Drug Abuse has more about methamphetamine.