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Suffolk OKs 'Natalie's Law' to fight heroin use

There are 2 comments on the Newsday story from Dec 17, 2008, titled Suffolk OKs 'Natalie's Law' to fight heroin use. In it, Newsday reports that:

Suffolk lawmakers agreed last night to a bill that creates a Web site to show heroin-related arrests by location, frequency and the age of the culprits.

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NancyB

Bristol, CT

#1 Dec 17, 2008
Painkiller & Heroin Addiction help.

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The naabt.org Patient/Physician Matching System has connected 15,175 patients with at least one of the 2,280 participating physicians.

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Google brokers drug sales

Roslyn Heights, NY

#2 Dec 31, 2009
NancyB wrote:
Painkiller & Heroin Addiction help.
Buprenorphine (Suboxone) is a medication when combined with therapy treats the medical condition of opioid addiction in the privacy of a doctor's office. FDA approved in 2002, this treatment has improved quality of life for patients and provided dignity to opiate addiction treatment.
The naabt.org Patient/Physician Matching System has connected 15,175 patients with at least one of the 2,280 participating physicians.
This confidential System naabtList.org helps connect people addicted to opioids to doctors providing buprenorphine treatment. The free 24/7 service lets patients reach out for help anytime with privacy.
Patient registration is fast. A short list of questions helps match patients to physicians. All information is confidential residing on a secure server. Once the application is sent, emails are sent to physicians. The System then allows the physician to contact patients confidentially by email.
For information visit www.naabt.org
How is it that Google has a site called, alt.drugs.heroin, where people actively seek out and make connections for drugs such as heroin?

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