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John Gillen, managing director of Bionad Ltd, pictured at Cassiobury Court, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic in Watford, England on the day former football international Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne was undergoing a nutrient infusion. 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. Patients undergo several infusions, which can take up to several hours to complete, under medical supervision at the clinic by a practitioner such as Dr Willis.