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AMason49
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"False Memory" By Dean Koontz

I read the book "False Memory" by Dean Koontz and would like to ask... Can a screening for hearing be used as a controlled substance during hypnosis?

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kathylcsw
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Re: "False Memory" By Dean Koontz

I don't understand your question. A controlled substance is a drug that can only be obtained via prescription. A hearing screening is not a drug of any kind. Am I missing something here?

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dhaupt
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Re: "False Memory" By Dean Koontz


AMason49 wrote:

I read the book "False Memory" by Dean Koontz and would like to ask... Can a screening for hearing be used as a controlled substance during hypnosis?


AMason, first I'm not familiar with the novel and second I don't understand the question like kathy, could you explain further.

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