The Prescription Addiction Radio Show is a challenge to America to discuss the culture in our country that has evolved into accepting the silent epidemic that has created a growing number of addictions and death from prescription drugs for individuals and families.
The Prescription Addiction Radio Show is dedicated to the thousands of families who are being or have been affected by the misuse of prescription drugs.
The Prescription Addiction Radio Show is here to explore some of the challenges we face in trying to turn the explosion in the misuse of prescription drugs around.
The Prescription Addiction Radio Show believes that addiction is a predisposed disease, whether created by poor personal choices or created from following the advice of your doctor. No individual wishes it upon themselves.
The above is the mission statement for The Prescription Addiction Radio Show I read on occasion on the show and is on the home page of the website: www.prescriptionaddictionradio.com.
There is not a person reading this sentence who does not know someone affected by an addictive prescription drug. Whether it is a narcotic, benzodiazepine, amphetamine related, anti-depressant or an anti-psychotic, we all know someone affected. The multi-billion dollar advertising of our drug companies is moving our country into what I call a “prescription drug culture. The drug companies have convinced us that baby aspirin is bad and a drug with the same effects as cocaine, Ritalin, is good for our children. The Prescription Addiction Radio Show is on the cutting edge of a concept that will be in every radio market within the next two to five years. My thirty years of experience as a pharmacist, an MBA, ten years of corporate experience, raising a family, and life’s experiences has made me uniquely qualified to do this show.
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