How likely you are to becoming a cocaine addict could well depend on
your genetic make up, say researchers from the Institute of Psychiatry.
Some people have a gene variation which stops the production of a
protein that regulates dopamine in the brain.
The researchers said that if you have two copies of this gene
variation, your chances of becoming addicted to cocaine are 50% higher.
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