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The Holistic Sanctuary Issues Urgent Reminder About the “Dark Side” of Subuxone
Date:11/18/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2013

The Holistic Sanctuary announces its review and analysis of an extensive New York Times exposé on buprenorphine and suboxone.(1) The article echoes many of the longstanding findings from The Holistic Sanctuary about the toxic and deadly risks associated with these drugs. The piece also documents the extremely powerful financial influence involving the use of suboxone, which now exceeds prescriptions for Viagra and Adderall, with $1.55 billion in sales in 2012.(2) In comparison, and as a further example of the severity of this epidemic, suboxone went from being the 198th-most commonly prescribed drug in the U.S. to 26th, with over 9.3 million prescriptions now in circulation.(3)

These numbers correspond to The Holistic Sanctuary’s warnings about the suboxone epidemic, as well as abuse by doctors who may be contributing to illegal sales of this narcotic by prescribing it excessively. According to Dr. David Fiellin, a Yale University professor who directs the Physician Support System: “There are physicians who are practicing outside the standards of care. There is not an active surveillance system in place to identify physicians who are practicing outside the guidelines.”(4) And yet, based on reporting from the Baltimore Sun, law enforcement can do little or nothing to stop these abuses, which worsen the suboxone plague because the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000, which authorizes the use of buprenorphine, forbids the government from interfering in the practice of private medicine.(5)

In addition to the lack of oversight concerning misuse or acts of medical malpractice by doctors who prescribe suboxone, there are significant psychological effects and neurological damage relating to this drug. The effects often worsen addiction to suboxone, with 5.3 million Americans
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