deprogram

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deprogram

(dē-prō′grăm′, -grəm)
tr.v. depro·grammed, depro·gramming, depro·grams or depro·gramed or depro·graming
To counteract or try to counteract the effect of an indoctrination, especially a religious or cult indoctrination.

de·pro′gram′mer n.
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deprogram

(dē-prō′grăm)
To free an individual from some mentally harmful cult, religion, or political belief system.
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