The li'l magical anti-gambling addiction pill
To flee the tawdry hook-claws of gambling addiction, it's increasingly looking like it might require fleeing into the fuzzy, lab-coated arms of Big Pharma:
For best success in kicking the gambling habit, Prof. Dannon says, drug therapy with Naltrexone should last for at least two years and be complemented with other treatments, including group therapy. Prof. Dannon presented preliminary results from his new clinical findings at the EPA 2011: 19th European Congress of Psychiatry this March.
Now all we need is one of those vaguely Orwellian, feelgood names. Chancia? Wageril? Bettorex?