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  1. In Revised Opioid Lawsuit, Connecticut Describes Sackler Family Telling Doctors Addiction ‘Not Caused By Drugs’  Kaiser Health News
  2. A car accident, an encounter with a doctor and a spiral into addiction: Former opioid users laud Connecticut’s  Hartford Courant
  3. In Purdue Pharma opioid fight, CT turns attention to doctors  CTPost
  4. CT files new allegations against Purdue, Sacklers in opioid lawsuit  The CT Mirror
  5. OxyContin makers Purdue Pharma are trying to ‘cry poverty,’ Connecticut Attorney General claims  Daily Mail
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The Waismann Method® has perfected the process of medically supervised opiate and alcohol treatment and rapid detox. Their process has been honed through decades of experience. It is consistent and reliable, but also highly individualized.
When a patient who wishes to detox from opiate drugs or alcohol enters the Waismann Method® detox program, they begin with a full medical evaluation in an accredited hospital. Physicians assess the patient’s overall state of health and determine the full extent of alcohol or drug abuse on the patient’s brain and body. ECG is used to look for heart rhythm abnormalities, and a chest x-ray is ordered to look for internal pathology. Bloodwork is an essential part of this assessment since chronic alcohol or drug use can disrupt blood chemistry, liver function, and hydration. In some cases, additional testing is required and performed by physicians and nurses experienced with patients struggling with addiction and detoxification treatment.

There’s a Gold-Standard Treatment for Opioid Addiction, One of America’s Top Killers. What Keeps Treatment Centers From Using It? – Pacific Standard

There’s a Gold-Standard Treatment for Opioid Addiction, One of America’s Top Killers. What Keeps Treatment Centers From Using It?  Pacific Standard

Many California addiction and recovery centers aren’t using medication-assisted treatment—our country’s best bet for beating the opioid crisis.

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