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Is this also a strategy to see how much more money you can make off drugs/tx approaches for yet another psuedo-diagnosis? Hope you're testing drugs that are scheduled just as closely as you are those III. But, of course you're not, you're doing it based on what pharm companies are paying you and what will distract the masses enough so that we do not see behind your continued "psychology." Science and helping people doesn't really go together. I hope people can see beyond their unfaltering belief in science or 'addiction', which should be classified as any other medical condition and treated as thus. Alcohol is the most harmful substance: hope your focus was on that!!!!

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