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Neuroscientists call for immediate action to determine the dangers and benefits of cognitive-enhancing drug use in healthy people

The government, pharmaceutical industry, and national medical organizations need to work together to look at the harms and benefits of long-term use of cognitive-enhancing drugs by healthy individuals, say British neuroscientists in a new article.
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