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Im not sure if Im using this facility appropriately, however, I was a
long suffering drug addict with a young child, living in Sydney Ausralia,I
met and was personally treated by Dr. Densen-Gerber, I was 24 and in
prison, I was sentenced to Odyssey Sydney. She was a most amazing person
who left a lasting impression on my life, she saved me and I would like to
take this oppertunity to say THANK YOU.