New drug may blunt bad memories
Monday, January 30, 2006
What if a pill could make bad memories less painful and intense? Host Tom Fudge speaks with a Canadian psychologist who is finding a cure to blunt bad memories caused by traumatic events.
- Alain Brunet , psychologist at McGill University in Montreal. He is testing a new drug that could ease the pain of post-traumatic stress.
- Michael Kalichman , director of the Research Ethics Program at UC San Diego. He is also the co-director the San Diego Center for Ethics in Science and Technology.
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