Posted Tuesday, June 12, 2007
From diabetes to impotence, we have pills for everything these days. But when it comes to treating one of the world's most widespread diseases, there's no pill - just meetings, steps and a big book. As Alcoholics Anonymous marks its 72nd anniversary, we'll talk about how the program continues to work for millions and some of the other treatment options for alcoholism, including some new drugs in the testing phase and other medical solutions a long time coming. Join the conversation on The Sound of Ideas Tuesday morning at nine on 90.3.
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