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A bag and syringes with utrients used in the treatment of former international footballer Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne during a nutrient infusion at Cassiobury Court, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic in Watford, England. The pioneering protocol, involving a product known as NAD+, helps repair the brain and body has been introduced to the United Kingdom by John Gillen, managing director of London-based firm Bionad Ltd. Patients undergo several infusions, which can take up to several hours to complete, under medical supervision at the clinic.