PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS

PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS

Fact Check No-Brainer: The Lethal False Advertising Fueling America’s Substance Use Epidemics ADDICTION TREATMENT, CHRONIC PAIN, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SCIENCE

Fact Check No-Brainer: The Lethal False Advertising Fueling America’s Substance Use Epidemics by Clark Miller July 17, 2019      Protecting the brand of addiction as a medical condition and its payoffs required that the story change from a genetic cause – never supported by... Read More

RESEARCH UPDATE: Booming vape (e-cigarette) use among youth associated with harm instead of benefit including reversal of longstanding declines in tobacco cigarette smoking ADDICTION TREATMENT, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, MEDICAL MODEL, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, TOBACCO, VAPING, YOUTH

RESEARCH UPDATE: Booming vape (e-cigarette) use among youth associated with harm instead of benefit including  reversal of longstanding declines in tobacco cigarette smoking by Clark Miller July 10, 2019 Accumulating evidence points to runaway rates of “vaping” of nicotine among youth, now characterized as posing... Read More

RESEARCH UPDATE: New Evidence From High-Risk Opioid Use and Infectious Disease Incidence – Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening, Not Treating America’s Lethal Epidemics ADDICTION TREATMENT, DISEASE MODEL, HARM REDUCTION, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone, SUBSTANCE USE

RESEARCH UPDATE: New Evidence From High-Risk Opioid Use and Infectious Disease Incidence - Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening, Not Treating America’s Lethal Epidemics by Clark Miller July 4, 2019 NEW EVIDENCE FOR NATIONAL TRENDS In a variety of settings and nationally, high-risk opioid use... Read More

Upcoming Post – RESEARCH UPDATE: New provisional CDC data pointing to decrease in opioid overdose deaths in 2018 affirms worsening opioid epidemic -The decrease only represents emergency revival response to increasing high-risk opioid use ADDICTION TREATMENT, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SUBSTANCE USE, Uncategorized

Upcoming Post - RESEARCH UPDATE: New provisional CDC data pointing to decrease in opioid overdose deaths in 2018 affirms worsening opioid epidemic - The decrease only represents emergency revival response to increasing high-risk opioid use by Clark Miller July 25, 2019 New reports on preliminary... Read More

UPDATE Opioid Crisis More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Michigan ADDICTION TREATMENT, DISEASE MODEL, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SCIENCE, Suboxone, SUBSTANCE USE

UPDATE Opioid Crisis: More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Michigan by Clark Miller June 26, 2019 The medical model substitute opioid cure for the medically generated worsening lethal opioid crisis has failed, predictably. It was manufactured,... Read More

RESEARCH UPDATE: Fentanyl is the New Purdue Pharma : A Necessary Distraction From the Unchecked Forces Driving Lethal Substance Use Epidemics ACE, ADDICTION TREATMENT, DISEASE MODEL, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone, SUBSTANCE USE

Research Update - Fentanyl is the New Purdue Pharma: Usefully Distracting Attention Away From the Unchecked Forces Driving Lethal Epidemics by Clark Miller June 19, 2019 New research affirms a body of direct observations and reports of the ecology, psychology and behaviors driving illicit economies... Read More

UPDATE Opioid Crisis More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Mississippi ADDICTION TREATMENT, DISEASE MODEL, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone

UPDATE Opioid Crisis: More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Mississippi by Clark Miller June 19, 2019 The medical model substitute opioid cure for the medically generated worsening lethal opioid crisis has failed, predictably. It was manufactured,... Read More

UPDATE Opioid Crisis More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Colorado ADDICTION TREATMENT, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone, SUBSTANCE USE

UPDATE Opioid Crisis: More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Colorado by Clark Miller June 15, 2019 The medical model substitute opioid cure for the medically generated worsening lethal opioid crisis has failed, predictably. It was manufactured,... Read More

More Harm by Medical Harm Reduction: Fetal Nicotine Effects ADDICTION TREATMENT, CHRONIC PAIN, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SCIENCE, Suboxone

More Harm by Medical Harm Reduction: Fetal Nicotine Effects by Clark Miller June 12, 2019 Late in 2017 the nation’s top medical journal – Journal of the American Medical Association, JAMA – featured endorsement of an “innovative” plan by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... Read More

UPDATE Opioid Crisis: More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening America’s Lethal Epidemics – Connecticut ADDICTION TREATMENT, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, HARM REDUCTION, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone, SUBSTANCE USE, UPCOMING POSTS

UPDATE Opioid Crisis: More Evidence that Buprenorphine and Methadone Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is Worsening Lethal Epidemics – Connecticut by Clark Miller June 5, 2019 New evidence from Connecticut is part of a consistent, invalidating, predictable pattern that disconfirms benefit attributable to medical provision of... Read More