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  • The former Carlton forward is also taking the drug Antabuse, also known as Disulfiram, which is a treatment for alcohol abuse.

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  • Disulfiram brand name Antabuse causes an unpleasant reaction if someone drinks while taking it.

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  • Disulfiram (brand name Antabuse) causes an unpleasant reaction if someone drinks while taking it.

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  • But then there are medicines, for example, Disulfiram, Antabuse, which if you take, you can't drink.

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  • Disulfiram is an of dopamine-beta-hydroxylase which effects name to norepinephrine.

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  • Disulfiram passes into antabus antabuse milk in long extremities and may affect a encephalopathy baby.

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  • Disulfiram passes into antabus antabuse cvs walgreens milk in axonal intervals and may assist a judgment baby.

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  • Generic name: antabuse, Disulfiram, Antabus antabus description:

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  • "Disulfiram interferes with alcohol metabolism, but it inhibits several other enzymes by sequestering copper and can also damage the liver," study senior author David Weinshenker of

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  • Disulfiram (Antabuseā„¢), where someone chooses to take a medication they know will make them horribly sick if they imbibe, has been around for ages.

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