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Name:
yuavl (ezra19761@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 12 Aug 2007 09:51:43 PM EDT
Subject:Thanks for the information.
 Thank you Deborah for the conversation I had with Dean on the phone he was really incredibly genuine. I will keep in touch and the web site is very efficient and well organized. thanks again Yuval
 
 
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Name:
marty (marty62881@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 10 Aug 2007 10:12:00 AM EDT
Subject:seeking treatment
 I am seeking treatment for addiction to herion and pain killers but am having a hard time finding suboxone treatment in my area.
 
 
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Name:
Terra Bennett (terratb79@hotmail.com)
Date:Thu 09 Aug 2007 05:59:32 PM EDT
Subject:SUBOXONE
 I JUST WANTED TO LEARN ABOUT THIS MEDICATION,BECAUSE MY DR. RECENTLY PUT ME ON IT FOR MY CHRONIC JAW PAIN.
 
 
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Name:
Bobby (jiggsy@comcast.net)
Date:Sun 05 Aug 2007 12:16:08 PM EDT
Subject:Hows the Director doing
 Great site, wonderful information, you people are serving a far higher purpose without the many "Thank You's" than you deserve. Tell me, how is the Director doing, Deborah. Last I heard she was one very busy gal!
 
 
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Name:
patrick o'neal (pat269@verizon.net)
Date:Fri 03 Aug 2007 10:01:42 AM EDT
Subject:methadone to suboxone
 I waited for the 72 hours,The intense withdrawal was horribe.I am alone and could not drive 30 miles at my 9:30am suboxone appointment.so at 6:00am I had 21 8mgs of suboxone I took three all at once.I still felt like shit,but slighlty better now at 10 am
 
 
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Name:
Ish (Thederbylady@aol.com)
Date:Mon 16 Jul 2007 11:43:55 AM EDT
Subject:Taking meds
 I'm having a problrm getting my meds (2mgs) to go into the veins under my tongue. I get spital mixed in and it takes hours for it to dissapear. If I swallow what's left, I get withdraws in the afternoon and very uncomfortable. this has been going on for eight months. Thank you for any help you can give me. Ish
 
 
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Name:
ginny (ginnyoconnor@bellsouth.net)
Date:Sat 14 Jul 2007 08:45:03 AM EDT
Subject:Support for my husband
 My husband is taking this medication for 1 & 1/2 year and I think he should be off of it by now. I wanted to know what the long term side effects of this medication. is Thank you
 
 
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Name:
Linda Thomas (MATDirector@aol.com)
Date:Tue 03 Jul 2007 06:24:36 PM EDT
Subject:Suboxone Assisted Treatment
 Thank God for ths website and Deborah and Dean. I don't have a computer but came over to visit them and they allowed me to use theirs. I copied a lot of the information and they answered a lot of my questions and I must say they are very great people and people, they are for real. They had plenty of their own problems but they took the time to allow me to use one of their computers and to print material and they talked with me and gave me reason to hope again. What can I say? I am amazed there are still people like this left on the Earth because they aren't found at the methadone clinic. I was actually treated like a human-being by these people, unlike how my Doctor treats me, and my counselor. I thought it was just me alone that had problems with my Doctor and Counselor but I found out today and I hope she doesn't mind me telling you all because I think it is important for all you to know that Deborah has problems with her Doctor and maybe it is just her and I but I don't think so. Don't feel like it is all your fault if you are having problems at your clinic, it is just a release for me to know that the Creator of this website is actually having problems like the rest of us and this is why she is and can be so understanding. I just wanted to let everyone know how much I enjoyed the chance of even using a computer and looking at the websites she created and enjoying the fellowship they gave so freely to me and I thank God for them and may He freely bless them for being such a comfort to me. Linda
 
 
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Name:
Alan Jester (www.Rx-stacy@peoplepc.com )
Date:Sun 20 May 2007 04:21:13 PM EDT
Subject:Looking for financial help if any available and would like to become a member to help others and stomp the stigma of agonist medical treatment!
 I would like to become a member. how do i go about doing that. I'm looking for help and want to provide help to others whom are like me. I understand addiction from nearly 13 years of use and 18 months of Suboxone treatment that saved my life. i've managed to hold down the same job since i started treatment. I am an advocate of this type of treatment from very personal experience. I would love to share my knowledge and story to help other addicts decide what's right for their recovery program. Mine has worked one day at a time. Is there any programs to help me financially pay for my prescription? My job does not carry good insurance so every month I pay nearly 300 dollars for 60 (8mgs) sublinguals.Thank you
 
 
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Name:
Gwen Conrad (jessewood@netzero.net)
Date:Sat 19 May 2007 10:13:41 PM EDT
Subject:Suboxone versus Methadone
 I've been on Methadone for 5 years now and am considering switching over to suboxone. I've heard that a long term user of Methadone shouldn't even try to do this. Also, the Dr. that handles the Suboxone program only have you on it for 6 months, so what then? Do you suggest trying Suboxone and then have nothing at all when I'm done? I'm afraid of failing and having to start over on Methadone Maintenence and I don't want to have to go every day again. The only reason I was going to try the Suboxone is because my insurance covers it. What to,What to do???
 
 
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Name:
Timothy Lepak (tim.lepak@naabt.org)
Date:Sat 24 Mar 2007 11:22:53 AM EDT
Subject:Graet information!!
 Very nice to see a site with accurate evidence based information. Very comprehensive and well organized. Keep up the good work!! Tim www.naabt.org
 
 
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Name:
ctber (ctber@hotmail.com)
Date:Thu 15 Mar 2007 08:55:04 PM EDT
Subject:Suboxone
 Hello, I am a mother of three, work part-time, and otherwise live a pretty normal life. I am currently addicted to opioids - drugs of choice - Vicodin and Oxycodone. I have never gone any further than the use of these two drugs. I would like to get started on Suboxone so I can stop using. It is not the mental issue of withdrawal, but the physical and physiological symptoms that are making it almost impossible for me to stop. I get really nauseas, irritable and tired when trying to stop. I would like if possible to know if you are aware of anyone that would counsel over the phone and prescribe over the phone. This is a very private part of my life and I would like to keep it that way. If you could contact me with any recommendations I would appreciate it. I simply want to do this in the privacy of my own home. Thanks, ctber
 
 
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Name:
Iowa Consortium (iowa-consortium@uiowa.edu)
Date:Tue 13 Mar 2007 10:35:48 AM EDT
Subject:new website
 Hello, I just had a pleasant and informative phone conversation with Dean. He spoke with our Director about linking your site on our resources page along with the Medical Assisted Treatment link. The site looks great. Thank you for all that you do! Julia Neff, Admin. Assitant Iowa Consortium for Substance Abuse Research and Evaluation www.iconsort.subst-abuse.uiowa.edu
 
 
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Name:
White, Dann (dwtoo@hotmail.com)
Date:Tue 13 Mar 2007 07:16:09 AM EDT
Subject:sgned guest register
 No comment except to say "a very nice site"
 
 
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Name:
JOHN OWERRI (OWERRI@MSN.COM)
Date:Wed 07 Mar 2007 11:33:27 AM EST
Subject:GOOD
 THIS IS AN INTERESTING SITE.I LIKE IT AND WILL COME VISIT AGAIN.I WAS DIRECTED BY MY WIFE. THANK YOU.
 
 


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