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In 1994, the FDA approved the drug Naltrexone for the treatment of alcoholism. It allows one to drink but takes away the intoxicating effects of alcohol. It can be taken orally or by an implant. When the alcoholic brain no longer gets the effects of the alcohol, the desire to drink naturally diminishes. It has proven to have a 78% success rate. We talk to Claudia Christian, former Babylon 5 actress and producer/narrator of the documentary, “One Little Pill.” It saved her life. AA insists on total abstinence and thus does not promote the use of the medication. Is that why most people have never heard of it?

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