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I regret not being able to save John Sisko—as many of his friends feel the same. I would visit him every few Sundays to pump up his spirits and drink wine. I know no one can really help, but I am still sad. I tried. —Koryn Rolstad, friend of the late

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The Development of Medications for the Treatment of Opiate and Cocaine Addictions:

Pharmacotherapy, as a means of treating drug addiction in combination with other treatment modalities, has received too little attention from the research community, the pharmaceutical industry, public health officials, and the federal government. Medications to combat drug addiction could have an enormous impact on the medical consequences and socioeconomic problems associated with drug abuse, both for drug-dependent individuals and for American society as a whole. This book examines the current environment for and obstacles to the development of anti-addiction medications, specifically those for treating opiate and cocaine addictions, and proposes incentives for the pharmaceutical industry that would help overcome those obstacles and accelerate the development of anti-addiction...


This book presents the Proceedings from the First International Conference on Ibogaines, held in November of 1999 at New York University's School of Medicine. In essence, it presents significant new data on neurobiological, clinical, sociocultural, and policy aspects of ibogaine. Ibogaine is a natural product derived from the bark of the root of the African shrub Tabernathe iboga. It has a history of use as a medicinal and ceremonial agent in West Central Africa, and has been alleged to be effective as a treatment for substance dependence. The study of Ibogaine may shed light on the neurobiology of addiction and lead to the development of new medication for the treatment of addiction. Currently, there is lack of formal approval for the use of ibogaine, and the demand of the addicts...

Deep Space Nine 4x12 "Paradise Lost"

rating : ****. the story : Martial law has been declared, and everyone's a potential shape-shifter. what it's all about : "Homefront"/"Paradise Lost" was supposed to a cliffhanger/season premiere straddling the third and fourth seasons, originally. This would explain why the basic premise of "The Adversary," which ended up being the third season finale (as a standalone story) is similar to what was postponed in favor of the Klingon reboot "Way of the Warrior" that opened the fourth season... And yet, "Adversary" doesn't really prepare you for what "Homefront"/"Paradise Lost" accomplish once they finally happen. The recap at the start of "Paradise Lost" includes the crucial scene from "Homefront" where Joseph Sisko angrily rejects the notion that he needs to prove he's human. I already discussed in my "Homefront" review how crucial Joseph, as Sisko's father, is as a general addition to both the series and franchise (as a main character's parent, he's really second only to Sarek in importance), but he's also absolutely... Sisko's conversation with a Founder (a shape-shifter. Odo's people, although strangely this is a story that involves him but not in the way they usually do, as more observer than participant), in the guise of O'Brien, is one of the more chilling scenes of the whole franchise (sort of like Voyager 's... There's a subplot in both episodes involving Nog's early days at Starfleet Academy, which in "Paradise Lost" becomes a little like the Deep Space Nine version of Next Generation 's "The First Duty. " But this is among the material that really only pads out the relevant stuff, which again mostly focuses on Sisko, his dad, and that scene with the bogus O'Brien. Because this is ultimately an allegory for the Red Scare, the period of the early Cold War when Americans were being summoned to the House Un-American hearings to prove whether or not they'd ever had communist sympathies. In more recent times, the Department of Homeland Security that was created post-9/11 and the fears that Trump intends to in effect reintroduce the Red Scare concept to combat terrorism (also of note: Japanese internment camps during WWII, of which... in a lot of ways Ron Moore essentially took this as his main premise on the Battlestar Galactica reboot), with the shape-shifters over time being reduced to conversations between Odo and the Female Founder. So this is a more crucial moment than it might have originally seemed, both as more relevant than ever after 9/11, and for everything that didn't happen later in the series. Clearly it was something that needed to be done, and it's actually probably a good thing that it happened before the war actually began, which also lends it further significance, as a commentary on how wars happen to begin with, not so much the... criteria analysis :. franchise - A Cold War allegory for a concept originally conceived at the height of the Cold War. series - Crucial to the Dominion arc. character - This remains a Sisko spotlight. essential - It's far more significant in hindsight that it might have seemed when originally broadcast. notable guest-stars :. Brock Peters (Joseph Sisko). Robert Foxworth. Susan Gibney Tony has written for school papers including the Academic Advocate while attending Lisbon High School (including the comic strip "Newsroom" his senior year) and the Maine Campus at the Univerity of Maine in Orono (in the form of a...


  1. I regret not being able to save John Sisko—as many of his friends feel the same. I would visit him every few Sundays to pump up his spirits and drink wine. I know no one can really help, but I am still sad. I tried. —Koryn Rolstad, friend of the late
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  3. In a dark, alternate future, Chakotay (Robert Beltran) runs afoul of USS Challenger Captain Geordi La Forge while trying travel back in time to save 150 lives on the Voyager ship. And under different circumstances, they totally could have been friends.


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Robert Redford Cake (butter, powdered sugar, flour, milk, walnut)

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New York NY Allergist | New York Allergy and Sinus Centers
The New York Allergy & Sinus Center Team. Morris Nejat, MD; Erin Banta, MD; Sharon Yee, MD; Robert Lin, MD; Kristyl Cuenca-Sisko, PA-C; Sara Lynn Sterling,

Avery Brooks - IMDb
Avery Brooks, Actor: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Avery Franklin Brooks was born on October 2, 1948 in Evansville, Indiana to a musically talented family. His maternal ...

List of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episodes - Wikipedia
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is the third live-action television series in the Star Trek franchise and aired in syndication from January 1993 through June 1999.

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