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Deepak Chopra , an internist , endocrinologist , and speaker about mind–body intervention who was a friend of Jackson's for 20 years, expressed concern that, despite presumably having access to a large arsenal of drugs, Jackson appears to have been given no naloxone , a drug used to counteract the effects of an opioid overdose. [43] Chopra also criticized what he saw as " enabling " by some Hollywood doctors: "This cult of drug-pushing doctors, with their co-dependent relationships with addicted celebrities, must be stopped. Let's hope that Michael's unnecessary death is the call for action." [43]

Michael Jackson’s “Cry” from the album Invincible was released internationally as a single in December 2001.

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In 1983 , as a sophomore, Jackson rushed for 1,213 yards (1,109 m) on 158 carries, for an average of 7 yards per carry, which was the 2nd best single-season average in SEC history (minimum 100 rushes). In the 1983 Auburn-Alabama game , Jackson rushed for 256 yards on 20 rushes ( yards per carry), which at the time was the sixth-most rushing yards gained in a game in SEC history and the 2nd best yard-per-rush average in a game (minimum 20 attempts) in SEC history. Auburn finished the season by winning the Sugar Bowl against Michigan , where Jackson was named Most Valuable Player . In 1984 , Jackson's junior year (most of which Jackson missed due to injury), he earned Most Valuable Player honors at the Liberty Bowl after defeating Arkansas . [16]

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