From the September 1978 magazine.

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Physiological Surprises

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Brain damage suffered by chronic alcoholics, long thought to be permanent, may be partly reversible with abstinence from liquor, researchers say. New Canadian findings indicate that some damaged brain cells may rejuvenate and regain some of their function when alcoholics stop drinking.

-- AP

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