It is always necessary to be wary of quick-fix solutions in medicine. Almost always, they are only illusion, leading sooner or later to failure. Promoted to the utmost since 2008 as suppressive therapy of addiction to alcohol, baclofen is a typical example. While it is a very good product to relax the muscles in neurology and that it has an authorization for placing on the market in this indication, a lobbying and furious was launched by the French physician Olivier Ameisen – himself an alcoholic and who is now dead, and then by groups of health professionals and global…

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