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Rob Ford rehab would be a long road, experts say

Rehabilitation experts say that any treatment Toronto mayor Rob Ford might seek for his addiction issues would be far from a quick fix.
Rob Ford is considering treatment for addiction problems, but experts say it's a long road to rehab and full recovery, CBC's Nil Koksal reports 3:04

Rehabilitation experts say that any treatment Toronto mayor Rob Ford might seek for his addiction issues would be far from a quick fix.

The mayor's brother, councillor Doug Ford, said Friday that Ford might consider taking "a little vacation, a week or two weeks" before resuming his duties as the city's chief magistrate. But experts who help people who have addiction problems say the journey to a clean, sober lifestyle takes much more commitment and hard work, reports CBC's Nil Köksal.

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