Cocaine Addiction

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Results of the Narconon┬« Program: An Overview of Findings December, 1994 Prepared by Shelley L. Beckmann, Ph.D. The Narconon Program vs. Traditional Treatment The Narconon program addresses all aspects of addiction, with the result being that 76% of those graduating the Narconon program are drug-free two years later. This is in contrast to the 16%-20% of more traditional programs. Results of the Narconon┬« Program: Key FindingsIncarcerated Populations: The Narconon program  [ Read More ]

The Precipitation of Cocaine Metabolites in Urine of Addicts Undergoing Sauna Bath TreatmentMegan Shields, M.D. Shelley Research Center for Dependency Disorders and Chronic Pain, West Covina, California Recent studies demonstrate that cocaine metabolites may accumulate in the body and that several days to weeks may be required for their elimination. Treatment outcome may be enhanced by methods which accelerate the safe and rapid elimination of drug metabolites. This preliminary study  [ Read More ]


The Narconon method used to handle addiction. Reduction of Drug Residues: Applications in Drug Rehabilitation Megan Shields, M.D. Shelley Beckmann, Ph.D. and R. Michael Wisner Presented at the 123rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association Abstract It is increasingly evident that the accumulation of drug residues and their lipophilic metabolites in the body plays a role in drug addiction. Such residues are associated with persistent symptoms and their  [ Read More ]

Appendix: Summaries of Published Papers Regarding the Hubbard Detoxification Treatment Method Evaluation of a Detoxification Treatment Regimen for Fat Stored Xenobiotics Medical Hypothesis, Vol.9, 1982. Summary: One hundred and three individuals undergoing detoxification with the Hubbard procedure volunteered to undergo additional physical and psychological tests concomitant with the program. Participants had been exposed to recreational (abused) and medical drugs, patent medicines, occupational and environmental chemicals. Patients with high blood pressure  [ Read More ]