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He was banned and spent around a month out of the game while he attended a rehab programme. The Sun (2016)She was told to undergo alcohol rehab and pay the officer 100 compensation. The Sun (2016)They ran to help complete a new rehab centre for injured troops being Challenge. The Sun (2017)I went to rehab and got clean. The Sun (2017)The rehab has gone well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)None of the buildings were occupied, although an empty drug rehab centre accessed from a staircase close to the bin area is sometimes used by rough sleepers. The Sun (2017)It was she who sent him to rehab when his alcohol addiction got out of control. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Anyone who has gone through rehab knows the process takes a long time. The Sun (2010)Then she supported him when he went to rehab for a drink problem. The Sun (2010)He will now undergo a drug rehab programme. The Sun (2009)This includes stopping cash payments to most claimants and paying for rehab treatment instead. The Sun (2015)She entered rehab for the third time that year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was the first time a celebrity had been open about going into rehab. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The star has battled back after a spell in rehab for booze problems. The Sun (2007)He will spend the next month on crutches before launching into a gruelling rehab programme. The Sun (2009)He has gone through rehab for alcohol. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was recently in rehab for drink and drug problems. The Sun (2010)He was told to repay the cash and go to drug rehab. The Sun (2007)Hopefully the rehab and going to counselling will continue to help. The Sun (2016)He will not discuss going into a rehab programme. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He claimed he was in rehab for alcohol abuse. The Sun (2013)What if you need to stay close to your doctors and physios at home for treatment and rehab? Times, Sunday Times (2008)When the rehab centre is closed down, he is left to fend for himself. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The mum of three first entered rehab in 1988 to battle alcohol and cocaine problems. The Sun (2009)Didn't he go to rehab for addiction to port? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Another highlight is a cheetah rehab centre, where you will find that some cats really do have nine lives. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In May 2011 it was reported that she had checked into rehab again. The Sun (2012)Writing for the Magazine from a hospital bed, she begins the challenging process of rehab. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A spokesman said: 'Our aim was to get right under the skin of the rehab process. The Sun (2008)
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