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Prescribed Painkillers Tops List of Causes for Opiate Dependency

According to The Waismann Method Opiate Dependency Survey, seventy-one percent of patients with opiate dependencies admit they were originally prescribed medication by their physicians, reflecting almost no change from 70 percent last year.  The results indicate that, despite increased caution by physicians and more stringent consequences against those that over prescribe, legitimate and monitored use […]

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Opiate Dependency Report

Sales Professionals and Business Operations Personnel Most Often Seek Treatment for Dependency to Prescription Painkillers. According to The Waismann Institute's Opiate Dependency Report, patients seeking treatment for dependency to prescription painkillers most often held careers in sales, at 15 percent. Those responsible for business operations, such as company CEOs or business owners, held the second […]

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Purchasing Drugs Online & Drug Dependence

The Waismann Method, a world-renowned opiate dependency treatment, today released findings of its Opiate Dependency Survey, which reported that one-quarter of patients surveyed who sought treatment for prescription painkiller dependencies utilized the Internet to help them acquire their drugs.  The survey also found that Vicodin is the opiate painkiller that Waismann Method patients most often […]

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Drug Addiction Reports

The Waismann Institute sm has released the Opiate Dependency Report. Choose one of the topics for a summary of the results: Part I: Doctor-Prescribed Painkillers Still Top List of Causes for Opiate Dependency Part II: Drug Dependencies are Often Supported via the Internet Drug Part III: Percentage of Women Seeking Anesthesia-Assisted Detoxification for Painkiller Dependency […]

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Suboxone Report

Web Survey Indicates Sixty-Six Percent of Respondents Using Suboxone for Treatment of Opiate Dependency Became Hooked BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Waismann Method today announced findings from an online survey of Suboxone users, indicating that 66 percent of individuals currently taking Suboxone ®, also known as Subutex ® or Buprenorphine, believe they cannot stop taking the […]

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Buprenorphine Addiction Report

Almost Three-Quarters of Patient Respondents Say They Could Not Stop Taking New "Miracle" Drug Without Assistance The Waismann Method, a world-renowned opiate dependency treatment, released findings of its 30-Second Buprenorphine Dependency Survey, which showed that almost three-quarters (70 percent) of respondents taking Buprenorphine in order to cease their narcotic dependency found themselves dependent on the […]

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Women Drug Addiction Report

According to The Waismann Method Opiate Dependency Survey, the percentage of female patients seeking treatment for opiates, which includes Vicodin ®, OxyContin ®, Lortab ®, Norco ®, Percocet ® and Suboxone ®, rose 12 percent in the past year.  Seventy percent of female respondents confirmed that their dependencies began after taking legitimate doctor-prescribed medication.  Oxycontin […]

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Suboxone Dependency Study

Due to the high volume of phone calls The Waismann Method has received this year, we developed a voluntary study for all visitors to our Web site in order to better understand the steady growth in the use of Suboxone ®, a drug replacement therapy for opiates, as prescribed by physicians.  This study also examined […]

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