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The documentary has been made in 2002.
Here one of the rare articles of 2000 that talks about this study made by A. R. Childress PH (University of Pennsylvania) about Baclofen treatment for cocaine addiction:
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/featured_articles/20001114tuesday.html
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The documentary has been made in 2002.
Here one of the rare articles of 2000 that talks about this study made by A. R. Childress PH (University of Pennsylvania) about Baclofen treatment for cocaine addiction:
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/featured_articles/20001114tuesday.html
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Hi  everybody,    for eight months I was out of touch, I could not walk or sit -- any movement that relied on a functioning spine was impossible. I could not type on a keyboard -- at times I was too weak to hold up a phone. Since a couple of weeks I'm again...
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IN PRAISE OF W.A.M.M.
IN PRAISE OF W.A.M.M.
IN PRAISE OF W.A.M.M.
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IN PRAISE OF W.A.M.M.
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PRAISE OF W.A.M.M.    When
I was diagnosed with bladder cancer I did not make a secret of it,
but was nevertheless amazed how quickly the illegal market got my
address, and now the SPAM for Viagra, etc., increased by the power of
ten.    Then,
last summe...
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One of those pesky geniusses!!!WOW!!!!!
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I guess I was lucky! I did
not have to wait for Friday the13th to get the bad news. I already
got it on Thursday the 12 th . It also wasn't entirely
bad – in fact: the therapy has worked, the muscle invasive cancer
has disappeared. So I should be happy beca...
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Is a Leap of Faith a Quantum Leap?
Is a Leap of Faith a Quantum Leap?
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   During my meeting with Dr.
Mitch Kamrava, in the Radiology Department of UCLA, a few weeks
back, I got to look at the MRI of my bladder and saw the two
locations of the cancer, which looked smaller – or let's say less
differentiated than I had expected....
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