The Addiction Research Center is a center of addiction research that was founded in 1948. It was originally based in Lexington, Kentucky, United States, housed on the rural campus of a prison-hospital called Narco, and run jointly with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. It became part of the National Institute on Drug Abuse in 1974. It was relocated to Baltimore, Maryland in 1979.
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