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Vol. 9, Issue 320 • Monday, November 15, 2004
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The Natural Healing Drug Program, a pilot-program for getting addicts off drugs, takes place in the Koolau Mountains. Here, qi gong master Hong Liu works with program participant Daniel Graner during an exercise demonstration.
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