Join us for a lively discussion with Ray Chlebicki, the former national sales manager for Roxand Labs, one of the three largest manufacturers of methadone. Methadone, originally a drug developed by the Germans during the Second World War as a synthetic opiate pain reliever, has been used in this country both as a pain reliever and as a substitution therapy for heroin addiction. Many have found successful recovery and others vehemently disagree with its use for this purpose. Ray will offer us some history, some facts and debunk some myths.
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