Naltrexone Implant Life Saver
Posted: April 18, 2004, 12:45 AM


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Naltrexone implant is a life saver. It gets implanted under the skin and you can not get high for 3 months. You can keep getting the implants if you need to. You need to detox first. You can take subutex. It seems to work better then anything else. After 7-10 days of sobriety you can get the implant. It is not for everyone and be carefull who does it. There is only one doctor that I know of in NJ. There have been no deaths.

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Posted: April 20, 2004, 12:15 AM


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I AM SORRY TO TELL YOU, THAT THE INVENTOR OF THE IMPLANT IS FROM N.J.
HIS NAME IS DR. LANCE GOOBERMAN.
HE CAN NO LONGER GET INSURANCE TO DO THIS PROCEDURE BECAUSE HE HAS BEEN SUED SO MANY TIMES SO HE HAS ANOTHER DOCTOR DOING THIS FOR HIM, WHILE HE TRIES TO GET F.D.A APPROVAL.
HE MOST DEFINATELY DID HAVE DEATHS.

YOU SEE ALISSA, MEDCIAL EXAMINERS DO NOT CHECK FOR NALTREXONE POST MORTEM, SO AUTOPSY READS ACCIDENTAL OVERDOSE.

WHILE OTHER GOVERNMENTS CALL IT WHAT IT IS, THE U.S BURIES THEM WITH THE ANSWERS.

TELL YOUR FRIEND THAT THE REAL DANGERS ARE WHEN THE NALTREXONE IS NOT MAINTAINED PROPERLY, AND THIS INCUDES BLOOD SERUMS AS WELL AS URINE TESTS TO MAKE SURE HE IS NOT USING NONE OPIATE DRUGS AND THE LEVEL OF NALTREXONE IS WHERE IT SHOULD BE TO BLOCK THE " HIGH" AS WELL AS CHECKING FOR LIVER TOXICITY.
A SIDE EFFECT OF NALTREXONE IS ALSO PULMONARY EDEMA.
NALTREXONE NEEDS CLOSE SUPERVISION, AND NEEDS TO BE MONITORED ESPECIALLY IN IMPLANT FORM .

IT HAS SENT MANY TO THEIR DEATHS WORLD WIDE.

MOST DEATHS OCCUR LEAVING A NALTREXONE PROGRAM, SO HE NEEDS TO KNOW THAT RELAPSE CAN KILL HIM WHEN LEAVING A NALTREXONE MAINTINANCE PROGRAM EVEN IF HE MAY THINK THE PELLET HAS WORN OFF.

DID YOU KNOW THAT NALTREXONE NEVER EVEN FINISHED CLINICAL TRIALS AND THE IMPLANT IS NOT F.D.A APPROVED ?

KNOWLEDGE IS KEY TO RECOVERY, WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW CAN HARM OR EVEN KILL YOU.
MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU,
CAROL

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Posted: April 20, 2004, 10:39 PM


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Do you know if the doctor was in cherry hill

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Posted: April 21, 2004, 12:32 AM


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YES, HE IS HE FROM CHERRY HILL.
HE IS THE DOCTOR WHO USED HIS EARLY PATIENTS AS TEST ANIMALS AND KILLED MANY ALL FOR PROFIT AND GAIN, FOR A TITLE OF INVENTOR, PIONEER.

HIS PELLETS ARE STILL NOT F.D.A APPROVED.

I CAN'T HELP BUT WONDER IF HE DID ANY ANIMAL TESTING ON THIS NEW FORMULATION, OR IS HE STILL USING HUMANS AS HIS GUNIEA PIGS ?

THE NEW JERSEY STATE MEDCIAL BOARD COVERED UP THE DEATHS SAYING THEY WERE DETOX DEATHS INSTEAD OF NALTREXONE DEATHS.

I HOPE YOUR BOYFRIEND IS BEING CLOSELY SUPERVISED WITH THIS PELLET, AND IF NOT INSIST ON IT, URINE TESTS AND BLOOD SERUMS.

I HOPE HE IS INVOLVED IN SOME KIND OF PROGRAM.
IF NOT, THEN NALTREXONE IS NO MORE THEN AN ABSTINENCE PROGRAM.
IF JUST SAY "NO' WORKED WE WOULDN'T NEED TREATMENT.

NALTREXONE DOES NOT TREAT ADDICTION !!!
HE NEEDS TO BE VERY CAREFUL LEAVING THE PROGRAM TOO BECAUSE EVEN SMALL AMOUNTS OF DRUGS CAN KILL HIM IF HE GOES BACK TO USING.
HE NEEDS TO KNOW THIS.

PLEASE TRUST WHAT I SAY.
THIS DOCTOR WILL USE ANYONE FOR THE MONEY, WHEN NALTREXONE IS NOT FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC, IT IS FOR A "SELECTED" GROUP OF PATIENTS.

TAKE CARE AND PLEASE TELL HIM WHAT I SAID.
I JUST WANT TO KEEP HIM SAFE.
CAROL



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Posted: April 21, 2004, 1:02 AM


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HERE IS JUST 1 ARTICLE :

Rapid Detoxification is No Magic Pill... Over the last four years, seven patients from the US Detox Intensive Treatment Unit in New Jersey under the care of Dr. Lance L. Gooberman, died within days of ...
alcoholism.about.com/library/weekly/aa010115a.htm - 27k - Cached - Similar pages

WHAT THIS TELLS YOU IS THAT THE DETOX KILLED THESE PATIENTS, BUT WHAT IT DOESN'T TELL YOU IS THAT MAINTINANCE PATIENTS ALSO DIED.

GOOBERMAN SAID, THEY USED DRUGS, WHY WOULDN'T THEY.....THEY WERE ADDICTED, AND NALTREXONE DOES NOT TREAT ADDICTION, NOR DOES IT STOP CRAVINGS, AS IT HAS BEEN FRAUDULANTLY SOLD.

GOOBERMAN SAID THEY HAD UNDERLYING HEART PROBLEMS, AGAIN HE LIED, NALTREXONE CAN CAUSE PULMONARY EDEMA.

IN THE REPORTED DEATHS GOOBERMAN HAD 3 DEATHS IN 3 MONTHS, MAYBE MORE, BUT HE LIED ON NATIONAL T.V AND SAID THAT THESE DEATHS SPANNED YRS.

HE'S A CON ARTIST, AND SHOULD BE BEHIND BARS, NOT TREATING PATIENTS.

HE CROSSED A LINE BUT BECAUSE THIS GOV. SEE ADDICTS AS DISPOSABLE PEOPLE, HE GETS TO HAVE A TITLE .

In the News... I was trying to help" Dr.Lance Gooberman said in October, talking about the 6 Deaths which have occurred at his Rapid Detox clinic in Cherry Hill, NJ. 24 hr. ...
www.herointimes.com/feb00/news.html - 7k - Cached - Similar pages

ALL COVER UPS AND LIES


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David
Posted: April 21, 2004, 8:21 AM







Alissa, you need to be careful how you judge what Carol is trying to say. Your original post was about the Naltrexone implant, not Rapid Detox. Naltrexone is FDA approved in tablet form to be taken orally, however it has not been FDA approved as an implant. The implant has been submitted to the FDA years ago for approval, but you know how fast our government works. But the implant procedure has been performed now thousands of times and although deaths have been reported, they are not out of line with the number of deaths you would normally see from addicts. I had checked into the implant for my former GF and from the beginning they stressed the importance of abstinence from opiates as you cannot get high while on Naltrexone. The obvious danger is when the addict tries anyway and since the receptors are blocked they just keep shooting more dope in them and of course they OD. You cannot OD from an implant. That is why there are no autopsy reports indicating death from Naltrexone. The addict probably tried to use Heroin and overdosed. The coroner is not a twit, the addict died from too much Heroin in their system. The place I spoke to ( http://www.virginiadetox.com ) stressed the dangers of an addict using while they have an implant. The risks for this and Rapid Detox are also posted on their website. I’m not defending this Doctor from NJ, he may not be informing patients of the risks or doing follow up as I think they should. But the addict also needs to accept responsibility for their actions if they use while they have an implant. There is great psychological benefit from that as the addict knows they cannot get high no matter how much they do and they also know it can kill them if they try. Even if they remove the implant (I’ve been told some have dug them out with kitchen knives) it takes 3 days for the Naltrexone to fully leave the system. The theory there is that just knowing you still have to wait 3 days to get high can help. When the addict wants to get high it is immediate, not in 3 days.
Naltrexone has great promise in helping addicts overcome their addiction. It is viewed as a possible replacement for Methadone, which is even more addictive than Heroin. You cannot develop a dependency from Naltrexone.
Carol, if you read this, I’m curious where you learned that Naltrexone can cause Pulmonary Edema. I know an overdose of Heroin can cause it, but generally it requires a narcotic to induce this. Please list a reference or source for this information. As far as liver damage, I’m sure it’s possible, but if I had to choose between running Naltrexone through my liver or Heroin, I’m gonna’ go with the Naltrexone.
Alissa, good luck to you and your Husband, I hope you both make it.

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Posted: April 21, 2004, 5:17 PM


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Thank you both for the info I really appreciate it.

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Posted: April 21, 2004, 2:56 PM


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PEOPLE GET CONFUSED WHEN THEY THINK I AM TALKING ABOUT RAPID DETOX.
I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT RAPID DETOX.
I AM TALKING ABOUT THE DRUG NALTREXONE, DAVID.
THE F.D.A APPROVED IT AFTER LOWERING MARKET BARRIERS BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT GIVE IT AWAY IN CLINICAL TRIALS.
TRIALS THAT WERE NEVER COMPLETED DUE TO " POOR PATIENT COMPLIANCE."

IT WAS CONGRESS THAT WANTED THIS DRUG DEVELOPED , WHEN DIPONT WAS NOT GOING TO BRING IT TO MARKET.

OVERDOSE WAS REPORTED IN CLINICAL TRIALS AND MANY MORE TRIALS THAT OTHER GOVERNMENTS DID SAYING THAT YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO OVERDOSE BEING TREATED WITH NALTREXONE THEN IF YOU HAD NO TREATMENT AT ALL.

It was intended to be used on " highly motivated people " ( not the general public) or as Dr. Colin Brewer ( expert on naltrexone) says " selected people, because highly motivated people included DOCTORS,LAWYERS, AND INCARCERATED PEOPLE who have also failed to find recovery with this med.so patient selection is important.
It was not intended to be used in all cases, because overdose was reported in trials.

The NIDA SAYS: DOES NOT TREAT ADDICTION

Naltrexone helps decrease the craving for narcotics or alcohol but does not treat addiction. It is important that you attend all counseling, support group meetings, and other treatments prescribed by your doctor. Take naltrexone regularly. Do not stop taking it without talking to your doctor.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginf...er/a685041.html

NALTREXONE DOES NOT STOP CRAVINGS:

Another drug recently approved for use in maintenance treatment is LAAM, which is administered three times a week rather than daily, as is the case with methadone. The drug naltrexone is also used to prevent relapse. Like methadone, LAAM and naltrexone prevent addicts from getting high from heroin. However, naltrexone does not eliminate the drug craving, so it has not been popular among addicts. Naltrexone works best with highly motivated patients.


http://www.nida.nih.gov/Infofax/treatmed.html

THE REASON YOU SHOULD NOT ABRUPTLY STOP THIS MEDICATION TO USE AGAIN IS THAT PATIENTS WHO LEAVE NALTREXONE MAINTENACE PROGRAMS REPORTED IN MICE STUDIES SUGGESTS THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT THE TOXICITY OF OPIATES MAY BE INCREASED IN PATIENTS WHO DISCONTINUE NALTREXONE AND RETURN TO OPIATES.

To date the only one who has statistics are Ausralia because they ran trials.
"Bell's evaluation of the actual (as opposed to experimental) use of Naltrexone in the Medical Journal of Australia was scathingly negative: not only did Naltrexone fail to end addiction for virtually all addicts, it increased the risk of overdose. Of 30 addicts prescribed naltrexone, by three months only six were still taking it, four of whom still sometimes used heroin."
Perth psychiatrist James Fellows-Smith and GP John Edwards claim their two-year WA study shows heroin addicts on Naltrexone programs had a one-in-61 chance of dying and a significantly higher risk of dying than addicts on no treatment at all, who had a mortality rate of one-in-74. Addicts on the methadone program had demonstrated a mortality ratio of one-in-458
http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v01/n427/a06.html?1485

2004:

From The Cochrane Library, Issue 1, 2004. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. All rights reserved.

Naltrexone maintenance treatment for opioid dependence (Cochrane Review)
Kirchmayer U, Davoli M, Verster A


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A substantive amendment to this systematic review was last made on 14 February 2003. Cochrane reviews are regularly checked and updated if necessary.
Background: Despite widespread use of naltrexone maintenance in many countries for more than a decade, the evidence of its effects has not yet been systematically evaluated.

Objectives: To evaluate the effects of naltrexone maintenance treatment in preventing relapse in opioid addicts after detoxification.

Search strategy: We searched MEDLINE (1973-first year of naltrexone use in humans-July 2000), EMBASE (1974-July 2000), Cochrane Controlled Trials Register (Cochrane Library issue 2001.4) and handsearched the "Bolletino per le Farmacodipendenze e lґAlcolismo" (1978 to 1997) and reference lists of relevant articles. We contacted pharmaceutical producers of naltrexone, authors and other Cochrane review groups. Date of most recent searches: February 2003.

Selection criteria: All controlled studies of naltrexone; treatment of heroin addicts after detoxification.

Data collection and analysis: Reviewers evaluated data independently and analysed outcome measures taking into consideration adherence to and success of the study intervention. Data were extracted and analysed stratifying for the three categories of study quality. Where possible, meta-analysis was performed.

Main results: Eleven studies met the criteria for inclusion in this review, even if not all of them were randomised. The methodological quality of the included studies varied, but was generally poor. Meta-analysis could be performed to a very low degree only, because the studies and their outcome measures were very heterogeneous. A statistically significant reduction of (re-)incarcerations was found for patients treated with naltrexone and behaviour therapy in respect to those treated with behaviour therapy only. The other outcomes considered in the meta-analysis did not yield any significant results. Final conclusions on whether naltrexone treatment may be considered effective in maintenance therapy cannot be drawn from the clinical trials available so far.

Reviewers' conclusions: The available trials do not allow a final evaluation of naltrexone maintenance treatment yet. A trend in favour of treatment with naltrexone was observed for certain target groups (particularly people who are highly motivated), as has been previously described in the literature.

Citation: Kirchmayer U, Davoli M, Verster A. Naltrexone maintenance treatment for opioid dependence (Cochrane Review). In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 1, 2004. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


The United States was not checking for naltrexone in overdose cases so there are no stats .
Autopsy read accidental overdose.

I am not hear to scare you, i'm here to educate and warn that Naltrexone is for Selected patients and is no " cure" as advertised for addiction.
patients need to be introduced onto nalltrexone
naltrexone needs close supervision.
naltrexone needs to be monitored ( including blood serums in maintenance to check the levels not only to make sure the blockade is still effective but also to check the liver, as naltrexone has a black box warning label of liver toxixity.)
a follow up program is critical.
a medical allert card or necklace is critical.( make sure you check this # day and night as many of us experienced yrs ago, the doctor did not answer the emergency # in the middle of the night.

it is also said that naltrexone has no potential for abuse :
not true :

Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health
Volume 39 Issue 4 Page 315 - May 2003
doi:10.1046/j.1440-1754.2003.00143.x

Acute opioid withdrawal on accidental injection of naltrexone
M Yeo, V Campbell, Y Bonomo and SM Sawyer
Abstract: We report two 16-year-old female intravenous drug users who, after making purchases from street suppliers, both presented with symptoms of acute opioid withdrawal. Urine toxicology revealed naltrexone, a long-acting opioid antagonist used in detoxification and maintenance therapy in opioid dependence. While the safety and efficacy of opiate antagonist treatment is being debated, the present case highlights the vulnerability of this young population. The recent availability of non-prescribed opiate antagonists suggests that both health professionals and young people themselves need to be aware of their effects.

http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/links/doi...03.00143.x/abs/

How did these chidren get the naltrexone ?








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Posted: April 21, 2004, 5:26 PM


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PART 2 :PULMONARY EDEMA :

Naltrexone
Naltrexone (ReVia)
Naltrexone
(nal-TREX-ohn)
Pregnancy Category: C ReVia (Rx)

Classification: Narcotic antagonist

See Also: See also Narcotic Antagonists.

Action/Kinetics: Competitively binds to opiate receptors, thereby reversing or preventing the effects of narcotics. Peak plasma levels: 1 hr. Duration: 24-72 hr. Metabolized in the liver; a major metabolite--6-beta-naltrexol--is active. Peak serum levels, after 50 mg: naltrexone, 8.6 ng/mL; 6-beta-naltrexol, 99.3 ng/mL. t1/2: naltrexone, approximately 4 hr; 6-beta-naltrexol, 13 hr. Naltrexone and its metabolites are excreted in the urine.

Uses: To prevent narcotic use in former narcotic addicts. Adjunct to the psychosocial treatment for alcoholism. Investigational: To treat eating disorders and postconcussional syndrome not responding to other approaches.

Contraindications: Those taking narcotic analgesics, dependent on narcotics, or in acute withdrawal from narcotics. Liver failure, acute hepatitis.

Special Concerns: Use with caution during lactation. Safety in children under 18 years of age has not been established.

Side Effects: CNS: Headache, anxiety, nervousness, sleep disorders, dizziness, change in energy level, depression, confusion, restlessness, disorientation, hallucinations, nightmares, bad dreams, paranoia, fatigue, drowsiness. GI: N&V, diarrhea, constipation, anorexia, abdominal pain or cramps, flatulence, ulcers, increased appetite, weight gain or loss, increased thirst, xerostomia, hemorrhoids. CV: Phlebitis, edema, increased BP, changes in ECG, palpitations, epistaxis, tachycardia. GU: Delayed ejaculation, increased urinary frequency or urinary discomfort, increased or decreased interest in sex. Respiratory: Cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, rhinorrhea, sneezing, excess secretions, hoarseness, SOB, heaving breathing, sinus trouble. Dermatologic: Rash, oily skin, itching, pruritus, acne, cold sores, alopecia, athlete's foot. Musculoskeletal: Joint/muscle pain, muscle twitches, tremors, pain in legs, knees, or shoulders. Ophthalmologic: Blurred vision, aching or strained eyes, burning eyes, light-sensitive eyes, swollen eyes. Other: Hepatotoxicity, tinnitus, painful or clogged ears, chills, swollen glands, inguinal pain, cold feet, ``hot'' spells, ``pounding'' head, fever, yawning, side pains.

http://www.healthdigest.org/drugs/naltrexone.html

IT IS IN THE NURSE PDR, AND ALSO ON THE HAZORDOUS CHEMICAL SITE.
DO YOU WANT THOSE LINKS ?

MEDICAL EXAMINERS IN THE U.S DO NOT CHECK FOR NALTREXONE POST MORTEM SO AUTOPSY WILL READ ACCIDENTAL OVERDOSE, BUT OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE LINKED THE DRUG NALTREXONE TO THE OVERDOSE.
NOT BECAUSE SOMEONE TRIES TO OVERIDE THE NALTREXONE AS ORIGINAL STUDIES HAVE CLAIMED , BUT ANIMAL STUDIES SUGGEST THAT PATIENTS LEAVING A PROGRAM WHO RELAPSE OR RETURN TO USING EVEN SMALL AMOUNTS OF DRUGS WILL ALLOW THE DRUG OF CHOICE TO PREDOMINATE AFTER LEAVING NALTREXONE MAINTINANCE.

MEDICIAL EXAMINERS TOLD ME TO MAKE NOISE.........I HAVE TRIED AND LEARNED THAT THE U.S DOESN'T CARE HOW MANY ARE DEAD.
YOU TELL ME WHY THIS GOV. DOESN'T FOLLOW NALTREXONE POST MORTEM WHEN OTHER COUNTRIES DO ?

DO THE PRO'S PUTWIEGH THE CONS, OR IS IT ACCEPTABLE TO HAVE THESE PEOPLE DEAD BECAUSE THEY WERE ADDICTED.
WRITE AND ASK FOR STATISTICS FOR NALTREXONE DEATHS EVEN THOUGH NEWER STUDIES HAVE SUGGESTED IT'S DANGERS,
IT IS NOT THE SAFE DRUG YOU ALL THINK IT IS.

5YRS I HAVE MEET MANY FAMILIES ON LINE WHO LOST LOVED ONES TO THIS DRUG AND BECAUSE IT IS NOT SAFE FOR EVERYONE.

THEY WERE BURIED AS DRUG OVERDOSES, NOT NALTREXONE DEATHS AS OTHER GOV. SEE IT.
IF THE DRUG DOES NOT TREAT ADDICTION, NOR DOES IT STOP CRAVINGS AND PEOPLE DIE WITH THIS DRUG AND TREAMENT, THEN IT IS A NALTREXONE DEATH.

NOW THEY WANT TO TRAIN DOCTORS ON THE PROPER USE OF NALTREXONE......TOO LATE FOR TOO MANY. I HAVE THOUSANDS OF PAGES OF NALTREXONE ABUSE.
WAS HEROIN OVERDOSE, OXYCONTIN AND METHADONE OVERDOSE ON THE RISE OR WAS IT PATIENTS IN MAINTINANCE PROGRAMS ON NALTREXONE THAT CAUSED THE OVERDOSES, WHEN THEY WERE NOT " SELECTED OR TREATED FOR ADDICTION "?

DR. COLLIN BREWER, THE REAL EXPERT AND PIONEER ON NALTREXONE CALLS IT " AMERICANISM......I CALL IT MURDER, WHEN A DRUG NEVER COMPLETED CLINICAL TRIALS, CAUSED OVERDOSE , WAS NEVER MEANT FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC, BUT WAS UNLEASHED BY THE F.D.A AS SAFE, AND IF THAT'S NOT UNCONTIONABLE ENOUGH, THEY LET DOCTORS EXPERIEMNT ON HUMANS WITH AN IMPLANT OF 1000 MG PELLETS THAT NEVER HAD F.D.A APPROVAL BECAUSE OF IT CARRIER.

HOW MUCH OF THIS POISON WAS DRIPPING INTO THE BODIES OF THESE PATIENTS WHEN DOCTORS WOULD IMPLANT WITH NO FOLLOW UP, CLAIMING THE IMPLANT WOULD MEDICATE FOR 30 DAYS.
HOW WOULD THEY KNOW IF THERE WERE NO FOLLOW UP?

I DID MY HOMEWORK FOR 5 YRS, WANTING TO KNOW WHY I HAD TO BURY A HEALTHY CHILD WHO WAS CLEAN ( NOT USING) TO A DRUG OVERDOSE WHEN HE WAS SUPPOSE TO BE UNDER A DOCTORS CARE FOR ADDICTION. HE DID NOT HAVE THE RAPID DETOX, HE ONLY HAD THE NALTREXONE IMPLANT.
WE WERE TOLD IT WOULD FIND HIM RECOVERY AND STOP HIS CRAVINGS.
HE'S DEAD ALONG WITH MANY OTHERS BECAUSE THE RELAPSE RATE IS EXTREMELY HIGH.
PLEASE TRUST ME DAVID,
I WILL SEND YOU ANYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.
CAROL

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craig
Posted: July 31, 2013, 1:04 PM







the guy who wrote all the side affects of an implant is talking rubbish have you used them coz I have mate and they don't kill people that is rubbish people die coz after there implant runs out they were not stron enough to have sorted there head out in the time they had being clean and like any one starting to use heroin again from being clean it is so easy to o.d and easier still after the implant as it also blocks your natural opiotes so your talorance is lower still but any one with a brain should no you don't just go and have a hit like you would of after being clean for awhile common sence and it does reduce cravings a bit while on the implant as you no you cant get high so you don't think of it more common sence and as for the liver toxcicity yeah it should be kecked just like with any drug I have hep c and my liver stayed the exact same as it was before my implant and one thing if you can take the tablets without any adverce reactions and are fda approved then why would an implant do you any more harm than an implant and detox 5 that get you clean in 5 to 7 days aint some easy fix they are still ruff to go through and then have your implant it all aint an easy fix you are ill for a few weeks after especially if you have meth in your system you had to detox from all this is were your work starts to recover and it takes a lot of hard work belive me detox and implants how ever many you need to get stronge enough till you can do without them and if you look at the sucssess rates of a normal rehab compaired to dexox and implants thr rehab has about a 12 % sucsess rate 12 steps I right some great help and as I said all deaths are due to people that are clean starting to use again and every user knows it but has to blame something else bloody joke and meth that is not a way of drugs its worst than heroin they just give it to use to stop us rattling our heads of and for maintenance how many addicts really come of meth and stay off not many it breakfast for a user to keep them feeling better till they can get money to score everyone knows this as well I think some people just cant see reality here people had more sucssess giving users pure heroin and a bit of meth every day were the gear was clean they took there passports and driving licences of them for two years and made them work the crime rate in the area fell from 70% down to 12% and that was people just out to make money not money for drugs there was also no deaths everything was supplied and sterile and monitored but then coz some mp born with a silver spoon in his mouth did not like it he shut it down after it worked for 10 years addicts need to be asked what treatment they need and want and get to try out what ever treatment they think might work no matter how many times it takes as it never works the first time as we all no ,not some jumped up arseholes that read a bit of paper or get told this is what we should do by some doctor its us the addicts that no what an addiction is feels like and how it destroys our lives and have to keep fighting the addiction till we make it but it just feels like they say we wont do this it heroin we are giving you its better than the meth they give us with its side affects we wont licence implants but we will talk about it till the ones that want to try in now die off and cant blooby afford it but new people get addicted everyday it aint going away stop talking more action not everyone responds to the same treatment to come of drugs or drink we are human beings not s*** bloody help us before we die and you will still be talking about it till the next generation die of as well the things these people in power do make me bloody sick let kids die from drugs no food no medication no nothing yeah we are her to work our arse of just so you twats get your nice houses cars holidays big pay packet and spoiled kids that don't no what reality is some sick little world sorry to go on but it makes me mad as hell we have to wait for people to talk and talk and still not help us or other people that cant even get some clean water or food or basic medication and for what some bloody cash bugger money we aint here to be controlled by money makes me sick love to put some over these big wigs in my live for a week see if they could make a week without being mugged or shot give them a habit and see if they could get off it by saying all you do is stop taking it I no I went of subject but this world and there leaders need a big does of real life not just say I grew up in a middle class family and started of working on a till in a shop god addicts and people starving would love to have a home and a wee job like that were they could start a wee life for them selfs but what junky can even contimplate a job till they are clean and most of us have been in jail so who the hell would take us on half the time anyway stoping here lol everything pissing me off now lol
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Cassandra
Posted: May 16, 2016, 8:23 PM







My boyfriend had this done by gooberman in 2014! Still around n a life saver.
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jan
Posted: January 25, 2017, 11:20 PM







Be very leary of Dr. Goobermans pellet implants! I dont know what brand he uses or if he even uses valid pellets. My boyfriend had his first implant done at a rapid detox center in another state and he did try to override the implant but couldnt get high at all. fast forward 3 months later we found Dr. Gooberman in our state and had him put a 3 month pellet implant in, after a little over a month my boyfriend started to have some urges and bought some H, shot it up and DID get high he continued to het high for about a week until I found out and called the Dr. he told us just come in and we'll put another one in maybe that one wore off early (mind you it was only 1 month old)! when I questioned the Dr. about him withdrawing he told me that would not happen. we went in and the Dr. said to wait a few days, when I questioned why he said well even though I know your boyfriend wont withdraw I dont want to call him a liar. He gave him a naltrexone pill and told him to come back in a couple days after taking the pill 2 hours before the appointment. Let me state that he continued to get high because now he believed he wouldn't withdraw because he still had an implant in. so he took the pill and headed to the appointment, well within 15 minutes he went into severe withdrawals! the dr. had nothing to say. My advice, think twice before using the pellet through him. go for the shot. this doc is out to make a quick $650.00
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