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Gamfexine (WIN-1,344) is a centrally-acting stimulant drug, which was tested as an adjunct treatment for withdrawn schizophrenic patients, but while effective for treating withdrawal it made psychotic symptoms worse.
- John H Biel. Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 2. Academic Press 1966. p18.
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