TO END PAINFUL MEMORIES

"SUPPOSE SCIENTISTS COULD ERASE certain memories by tinkering with a single substance in the brain. Could make you forget a chronic fear, a traumatic loss, even a bad habit." So began an article that ran on the front page of The New York Times this spring ("Brain Researchers Open Door to Editing Memory," Benedict Carey, April 6, 2009).

It continued, "Researchers in Brooklyn have recently accomplished comparable feats, with a single dose of an experimental drug delivered to areas of the brain critical for holding specific types of memory, like emotional associations, spatial knowledge or motor skills."

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