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Call for Rapid Detox Safety Standard of Care

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Oct, 2013 – Two weeks ago the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a startling report showing severe adverse effects, and even deaths associated with rapid detox programs in New York. This report clearly shows why it is so crucial that doctors and leaders in the medical community create a universal standard of care for all rapid detoxification treatments.

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