Wiebke Timner

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Erythropoietin, a hematopoietic growth-factor possessing manifold, potent neuroprotective properties, after multiple testing in cell culture and animal studies now gradually finds its way into clinical neuroscience. The first time this took place was in 1998 with a pilot study in stroke patients, the "Göttingen EPO-Stroke-Trial". This study was able to(More)
For nine years, the so-called "therapist rotation" has been a central part of OLITA, the Outpatient Longterm Intensive Therapy for Alcoholics. Thus far, the participation of several equally responsible therapists in the treatment of a patient has rarely been seen as a specific therapeutic approach. The present article analyzes the therapist rotation from a(More)
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