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Wikipedia now mentions baclofen as alcohol treatment

 Wikipedia’s alcoholism page now contains a reference to baclofen: Baclofen is an agonist for the GABAB receptors[2][3] which suppresses the motivation to consume cocaine, heroin, alcohol, nicotine and d-amphetamine[4] by inhibiting both withdraw symptoms and cravings.[5] The use of baclofen for the treatment of alcoholism came to widespread public attention as a result of the publication of The End … Continue reading

Assisted Recovery Centers of Georgia

Assisted Recovery Centers of Georgia Assisted Recovery Centers of Georgia is a non-12 Step alcohol and prescription drug rehab center which uses Vivitrol and baclofen in its treatment program.  It is one of the few rehab centers to use baclofen for alcoholism in the USA.

Explosion in Baclofen sales reported by drug companies

A new study has shown an explosion in sales of baclofen for alcoholism: The study can be found at http://www.celtiblog.com/baclofene-les-ventes-explosent/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=baclofene-les-ventes-explosent   Here is what it says:   Opinion Our unpublished News of landerneau Reported by the media Focus product (s) Interviews Topicality   BACLOFEN SALES EXPLODE Focus Product (s)Uncategorized– September 7, 2012 Consumption of this drug … Continue reading

Contacting Dr. Ameisen

Olivier Ameisen can be contacted via his French web site: http://www.olivierameisen.fr/contact/