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Vegas Doc Croaks Hangovers, Clinches Future Nobel Prize

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Frank Kelly Rich
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LAS  VEGAS—A Las Vegas doctor has catapulted himself well ahead in the running for the 2012 Nobel Prize for Medicine by creating something called the Hangover Heaven bus.

Dr Burke“Hangovers are a major problem in this country,” the saint-like Dr Jason Burke said. “People come to Las Vegas to blow off some steam, relieve stress, and have a good time. Should we have to lose an entire day of our vacation because the bartender over-served us the night before? I say no.”

His 45-foot-long converted tour bus prowls the streets of Las Vegas, picking up casualties in the war against the booze. In its air-conditioned lounge, nurses administer IVs of saline solution which have been mixed with a proprietary cocktail of vitamins, painkillers and anti-nausea, -heartburn and -inflammatory agents.

Two levels of treatment are available: the basic Redemption package ($90) and the premium Salvation ($150) package.

Dr Burke says he has personally tested his treatments and, by God, they work.

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Frank Kelly Rich

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