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The CDC?s New Guidelines For Prescribing Opioids

This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) presented a set of recommendations for Opioid prescriptions. These new guidelines are the first revisions made to the organization?s 2016 suggestions which stopped many with chronic pain from getting the relief they needed. 

The Opioid Epidemic And The CDC

For over 3 decades, the US has been experiencing a serious public health crisis known as the Opioid epidemic. In the 1990s, pharmaceutical companies, insurers, and pain specialists endorsed Opioid pain relievers as being less addictive and safe to use for common ailments. The marketing of drugs like OxyContin led to an increase in prescriptions being written for issues like backaches and arthritis. 

As a result, US overdose deaths rose drastically. From 1999 to 2017, Opioid-related overdose deaths increased almost sixfold. While local and federal governments attempted to restrict prescriptions, the crisis continued. Those who had already become addicted to Opioids turned to Heroin or Fentanyl when they couldn?t get a prescription. In fact, studies have shown that 80% of people who have used Heroin first used prescription Opioids. 

The CDC released a set of guidelines in 2016 aimed at decreasing the number of Opioids being prescribed. The organization urged physicians to explore other treatment options before turning to Opioids. Other medications and non-drug therapies were recommended as alternatives. If doctors chose to prescribe painkillers for acute pain, the CDC proposed a 3-day limit for prescriptions and that doctors prescribe the lowest possible effective dose. These guidelines also applied to treating chronic pain. Despite being voluntary, doctors and local governments implemented these recommendations. 

n Unintended Consequence

Although these guidelines ultimately contributed to a decrease in Opioid prescriptions being written, they were largely opposed due to their effect on a specific group. Many doctors across the US feared there would be criminal or civil consequences if they did not follow them. Doctors became very hesitant to prescribe Opioids and quickly tapered patients off of their prescriptions. This greatly affected many chronic pain patients who rely on doses higher than the 90 milligram ceiling of Morphine listed in the 2016 guidelines. 

Studies have shown that rapid tapering patients off of Opioids can lead to harmful outcomes. One particular study of 100,00 chronic pain patients found there was 68% increase in overdose deaths for patients experiencing tapering compared to those who were not. For the tapered group, there was also a spike in mental health conditions. Chronic pain patients were also more likely to turn to substances like Heroin and Fentanyl to self-medicate their pain after being tapered off their medications. Suicide can also be an outcome of tapering. It has been reported that up to 30% of Opioid overdoses could be suicides. 

The rigid interpretation of the CDC?s 2016 guidelines also affected those who were struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD). Many doctors developed a one strike policy. This meant that if a patient tested positive for an illicit substance, they were not given further treatment. 

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CDC Proposes New Guidelines

Several organizations spoke out against the original 2016 guidelines. In 2019, the US Food and Drug Administration issued a warning about the dangers that can come from suddenly tapering patients off of Opioids. The American Medical Association recommended that doctors immediately suspend the CDC?s guidelines in 2020. In response, the CDC acknowledged that their suggestions had been misinterpreted and misused. Concerned about the reports of people with chronic pain being denied relief, the CDC began to work on revisions to their 2016 guidelines. This time, their recommendations were drafted with no input from drugmakers. 

The new guidelines, released on Thursday, are aimed at balancing the necessary use of Opioids for severe pain and protecting other patients against harmful risks. The 12 recommendations proposed in the 229 page document changes the ?one-size fits all approach? to Opioid prescriptions. Doctors are being urged to look at each patient?s situation and assess the risk and benefits prescribing Opioids. Overall, the CDC still believes that non-Opioid therapies should be attempted before prescribing Opioids for pain. At the same time, they removed the 90 milligram ceiling of morphine for chronic pain patients and the 3 day limit for acute pain. 

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While the document warns of addiction, depressed breathing, and effects to mental status, they have noted that they serve a very important medical purpose. Relieving pain from traumatic injuries, such as burns and crushed bones, were listed. In these cases, it is recommended that immediate release pills be used rather than long-acting. The CDC also stated that these guidelines do not apply to those with cancer, sickle cell, and end of life or palliative care. 

The CDC also noted that patients who come in and test positive for illicit substances could have untreated pain or a substance use disorder. The new guidelines recommend that doctors offer treatment, counseling, and careful tapering when necessary. In doing so, they can assist patients in improving their quality of life. 

These recommendations are currently available on the Federal register. For 60 days, the public can make comments on the proposed guidelines. The CDC will then review these comments and will likely release a final issue by the end of the year. 

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The CDC?s New Guidelines For Prescribing Opioids

This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) presented a set of recommendations for Opioid prescriptions. These new guidelines are the first revisions made to the organization?s 2016 suggestions which stopped many with chronic pain from getting the relief they needed. 

The Opioid Epidemic And The CDC

For over 3 decades, the US has been experiencing a serious public health crisis known as the Opioid epidemic. In the 1990s, pharmaceutical companies, insurers, and pain specialists endorsed Opioid pain relievers as being less addictive and safe to use for common ailments. The marketing of drugs like OxyContin led to an increase in prescriptions being written for issues like backaches and arthritis. 

As a result, US overdose deaths rose drastically. From 1999 to 2017, Opioid-related overdose deaths increased almost sixfold. While local and federal governments attempted to restrict prescriptions, the crisis continued. Those who had already become addicted to Opioids turned to Heroin or Fentanyl when they couldn?t get a prescription. In fact, studies have shown that 80% of people who have used Heroin first used prescription Opioids. 

The CDC released a set of guidelines in 2016 aimed at decreasing the number of Opioids being prescribed. The organization urged physicians to explore other treatment options before turning to Opioids. Other medications and non-drug therapies were recommended as alternatives. If doctors chose to prescribe painkillers for acute pain, the CDC proposed a 3-day limit for prescriptions and that doctors prescribe the lowest possible effective dose. These guidelines also applied to treating chronic pain. Despite being voluntary, doctors and local governments implemented these recommendations. 

n Unintended Consequence

Although these guidelines ultimately contributed to a decrease in Opioid prescriptions being written, they were largely opposed due to their effect on a specific group. Many doctors across the US feared there would be criminal or civil consequences if they did not follow them. Doctors became very hesitant to prescribe Opioids and quickly tapered patients off of their prescriptions. This greatly affected many chronic pain patients who rely on doses higher than the 90 milligram ceiling of Morphine listed in the 2016 guidelines. 

Studies have shown that rapid tapering patients off of Opioids can lead to harmful outcomes. One particular study of 100,00 chronic pain patients found there was 68% increase in overdose deaths for patients experiencing tapering compared to those who were not. For the tapered group, there was also a spike in mental health conditions. Chronic pain patients were also more likely to turn to substances like Heroin and Fentanyl to self-medicate their pain after being tapered off their medications. Suicide can also be an outcome of tapering. It has been reported that up to 30% of Opioid overdoses could be suicides. 

The rigid interpretation of the CDC?s 2016 guidelines also affected those who were struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD). Many doctors developed a one strike policy. This meant that if a patient tested positive for an illicit substance, they were not given further treatment. 

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CDC Proposes New Guidelines

Several organizations spoke out against the original 2016 guidelines. In 2019, the US Food and Drug Administration issued a warning about the dangers that can come from suddenly tapering patients off of Opioids. The American Medical Association recommended that doctors immediately suspend the CDC?s guidelines in 2020. In response, the CDC acknowledged that their suggestions had been misinterpreted and misused. Concerned about the reports of people with chronic pain being denied relief, the CDC began to work on revisions to their 2016 guidelines. This time, their recommendations were drafted with no input from drugmakers. 

The new guidelines, released on Thursday, are aimed at balancing the necessary use of Opioids for severe pain and protecting other patients against harmful risks. The 12 recommendations proposed in the 229 page document changes the ?one-size fits all approach? to Opioid prescriptions. Doctors are being urged to look at each patient?s situation and assess the risk and benefits prescribing Opioids. Overall, the CDC still believes that non-Opioid therapies should be attempted before prescribing Opioids for pain. At the same time, they removed the 90 milligram ceiling of morphine for chronic pain patients and the 3 day limit for acute pain. 

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Medical Content Director

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While the document warns of addiction, depressed breathing, and effects to mental status, they have noted that they serve a very important medical purpose. Relieving pain from traumatic injuries, such as burns and crushed bones, were listed. In these cases, it is recommended that immediate release pills be used rather than long-acting. The CDC also stated that these guidelines do not apply to those with cancer, sickle cell, and end of life or palliative care. 

The CDC also noted that patients who come in and test positive for illicit substances could have untreated pain or a substance use disorder. The new guidelines recommend that doctors offer treatment, counseling, and careful tapering when necessary. In doing so, they can assist patients in improving their quality of life. 

These recommendations are currently available on the Federal register. For 60 days, the public can make comments on the proposed guidelines. The CDC will then review these comments and will likely release a final issue by the end of the year. 

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Children Are Increasingly Ingesting Marijuana Edibles

Over the past few years, Marijuana has become legalized for recreational use in certain states across the US. A new study has found that nationally, and specifically in legalized states, the rate of children getting sick after accidentally consuming Marijuana edibles has been significantly increasing. 

What Are Marijuana Edibles?

Edibles are food or drinks that contain chemical compounds that are found in cannabis. When consumed, these compounds, also known as cannabinoids, have effects on the mind and body. While cannabinoids, like cannabidiol (CBD), are non-intoxicating, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) produces euphoric or high feelings. 

These products typically look very similar to normal foods, such as chocolate, cookies, lollipops, or fruit gummies. Some are designed to look like recognizable candy brands. Because these products can be easily mistaken for common treats, some states have instituted laws that dictate how they should be labeled and packaged. 

Growing Rates Of Children Consuming Marijuana Edibles

Accidental edible consumption has been climbing in legalized states and on a national level. Five years after Marijuana retail sales began in Washington state, the first state to legalize recreational Marijuana, the number of these incidents essentially tripled. In the US, there were 187 instances of child exposure to Marijuana edibles in 2016. This number rose to over 3,000 by 2020. 

New data is showing that children ages 3-5 are at the highest risk for accidental Marijuana edible consumption. Children in this age group may be affected at higher rates because they tend to be more curious and have less supervision during this stage. Additionally, edibles are responsible for half of the Marijuana accidents for children 9 and under. These incidents are more common in states where the substance has become legal for recreational use. 

What Is Being Done To Prevent These Accidents?

Currently, there are 19 states where Marijuana can be used recreationally. These states include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington. In these states, Marijuana edibles can be purchased from retail stores. Additionally, some states allow residents to grow limited amounts of the substance for their own personal use.

Colorado began requiring a universal symbol on edibles in 2016. This diamond shape marking with the letters ?THC? must be found on the product itself, not just the packaging. This requirement was made in addition to other childproof packaging, such as difficult to open zippers and lids. Despite being intended to prevent children from consuming edibles, rates have continued to increase. 

The Risks Involved For Children

While the numbers of accidental ingestion by children are increasing, no overdose deaths have been recorded as a result. Despite this, 15% of children experienced moderate symptoms of Marijuana use. Major symptoms were present in 1.4% of these cases. The symptoms that occur and their severity will depend on how much the child has ingested and in what form. Moderate symptoms include: 

DrowsinessAgitation ConfusionIncreased heart rate Trouble breathing Coordination issues Red eyes 

Severe symptoms include: 

Seizures Neurological impairment Intense breathing issues 

Edibles are often packaged with more than one adult serving. Because they look just like any other candy or snack, children are at risk for consuming more than the recommended dose for adults. Elizabeth Perry, a Maryland mother, spoke to D.C.?s NBC station last year about her toddler?s overdose on Marijuana edibles. Oliver consumed 15 gummies which was 75 mg of THC, or 7 times the serving size. 

Some states have passed laws regarding the maximum amount of THC that can be in a serving size. In Oregon, 5mg per serving is the maximum, while in Colorado, it is 10 mg per serving. 

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What To Do If Your Child Has Consumed Edibles

If you suspect that your child has accidentally taken Marijuana edibles, it?s important to remain calm. Next, get as much information as you can. This includes identifying what type of edible, how much has been ingested, and the warnings included on the label. To determine how much your child has consumed, you may have to recall how much was in the packaging before they got into it. 

It may seem as if your child has no symptoms. This might be due to the fact that effects of edibles take longer for the body to absorb. While it could take up to 90 minutes for effects to kick in, they also can last longer (up to 24 hours) than other forms of Marijuana. For these reasons, you should make sure to call poison control even if your child is showing no signs of use. 

If your child is showing symptoms, such as sleepiness, slowed breathing, or seizures, call 911 and seek help immediately. 

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How To Prevent Accidental Child Marijuana Consumption

The best way to prevent your child from unintentionally taking Marijuana edibles is to keep them in a very secure location. They should be treated as if they are a toxic substance or prescription medication. This may mean finding a spot where they can be locked up and out of reach. It is also important to not take Marijuana edibles in front of your children as it?s possible they will follow your actions should they find the edibles. Finally, friends and family members can also be a cause of exposure. For this reason, you should be sure to speak with others about where they keep their edibles, especially if your child spends time in their home frequently. 

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Children Are Increasingly Ingesting Marijuana Edibles

Over the past few years, Marijuana has become legalized for recreational use in certain states across the US. A new study has found that nationally, and specifically in legalized states, the rate of children getting sick after accidentally consuming Marijuana edibles has been significantly increasing. 

What Are Marijuana Edibles?

Edibles are food or drinks that contain chemical compounds that are found in cannabis. When consumed, these compounds, also known as cannabinoids, have effects on the mind and body. While cannabinoids, like cannabidiol (CBD), are non-intoxicating, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) produces euphoric or high feelings. 

These products typically look very similar to normal foods, such as chocolate, cookies, lollipops, or fruit gummies. Some are designed to look like recognizable candy brands. Because these products can be easily mistaken for common treats, some states have instituted laws that dictate how they should be labeled and packaged. 

Growing Rates Of Children Consuming Marijuana Edibles

Accidental edible consumption has been climbing in legalized states and on a national level. Five years after Marijuana retail sales began in Washington state, the first state to legalize recreational Marijuana, the number of these incidents essentially tripled. In the US, there were 187 instances of child exposure to Marijuana edibles in 2016. This number rose to over 3,000 by 2020. 

New data is showing that children ages 3-5 are at the highest risk for accidental Marijuana edible consumption. Children in this age group may be affected at higher rates because they tend to be more curious and have less supervision during this stage. Additionally, edibles are responsible for half of the Marijuana accidents for children 9 and under. These incidents are more common in states where the substance has become legal for recreational use. 

What Is Being Done To Prevent These Accidents?

Currently, there are 19 states where Marijuana can be used recreationally. These states include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington. In these states, Marijuana edibles can be purchased from retail stores. Additionally, some states allow residents to grow limited amounts of the substance for their own personal use.

Colorado began requiring a universal symbol on edibles in 2016. This diamond shape marking with the letters ?THC? must be found on the product itself, not just the packaging. This requirement was made in addition to other childproof packaging, such as difficult to open zippers and lids. Despite being intended to prevent children from consuming edibles, rates have continued to increase. 

The Risks Involved For Children

While the numbers of accidental ingestion by children are increasing, no overdose deaths have been recorded as a result. Despite this, 15% of children experienced moderate symptoms of Marijuana use. Major symptoms were present in 1.4% of these cases. The symptoms that occur and their severity will depend on how much the child has ingested and in what form. Moderate symptoms include: 

DrowsinessAgitation ConfusionIncreased heart rate Trouble breathing Coordination issues Red eyes 

Severe symptoms include: 

Seizures Neurological impairment Intense breathing issues 

Edibles are often packaged with more than one adult serving. Because they look just like any other candy or snack, children are at risk for consuming more than the recommended dose for adults. Elizabeth Perry, a Maryland mother, spoke to D.C.?s NBC station last year about her toddler?s overdose on Marijuana edibles. Oliver consumed 15 gummies which was 75 mg of THC, or 7 times the serving size. 

Some states have passed laws regarding the maximum amount of THC that can be in a serving size. In Oregon, 5mg per serving is the maximum, while in Colorado, it is 10 mg per serving. 

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What To Do If Your Child Has Consumed Edibles

If you suspect that your child has accidentally taken Marijuana edibles, it?s important to remain calm. Next, get as much information as you can. This includes identifying what type of edible, how much has been ingested, and the warnings included on the label. To determine how much your child has consumed, you may have to recall how much was in the packaging before they got into it. 

It may seem as if your child has no symptoms. This might be due to the fact that effects of edibles take longer for the body to absorb. While it could take up to 90 minutes for effects to kick in, they also can last longer (up to 24 hours) than other forms of Marijuana. For these reasons, you should make sure to call poison control even if your child is showing no signs of use. 

If your child is showing symptoms, such as sleepiness, slowed breathing, or seizures, call 911 and seek help immediately. 

Meet Dr. Bhatt
Medical Content Director

Learn More ⟶

How To Prevent Accidental Child Marijuana Consumption

The best way to prevent your child from unintentionally taking Marijuana edibles is to keep them in a very secure location. They should be treated as if they are a toxic substance or prescription medication. This may mean finding a spot where they can be locked up and out of reach. It is also important to not take Marijuana edibles in front of your children as it?s possible they will follow your actions should they find the edibles. Finally, friends and family members can also be a cause of exposure. For this reason, you should be sure to speak with others about where they keep their edibles, especially if your child spends time in their home frequently. 

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Palm Beach County Drug & Alcohol Rehab

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Kyle’s struggle with addiction has lead to homelessness, physical abuse, legal issues, and a possibly life-threatening condition. But his lack of ID makes it difficult for him to get help.

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Macklemore Opens Up About Drug And Alcohol Use

Macklemore, whose birth name is Ben Haggerty, has recently been candid about his struggles with substance use and relapse. The rapper has partnered with CLEAN Cause, a sparkling beverage company, in the hopes that being truthful about sobriety can help others who are struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD). 

Macklemore?s Early Drug And Alcohol Use

Last week, 38-year-old Macklemore shared his experience with addiction in an essay for TODAY. In his own words, he details his first time consuming alcohol. At age 14, Macklemore snuck alcohol from his parent?s liquor cabinet which was located above his refrigerator. After having 1 shot of vodka, he began to wonder what it would feel like to take 2 shots. This curiosity led the then 130-lb Macklemore to continue drinking 12 shots in one sitting. After this binge, he took a bus downtown, threw up in a trashcan, and ran from the cops. 

Macklemore recalls that he began rapping around the same age that his drug and alcohol use began. Despite many artists relating substance use to increased creativity, the rapper does not agree. In his essay, Macklemore said, ?When I use drugs and alcohol, I shut off. I have a veil over my eyes. I can?t see the truth anymore. I sit on the couch and play PlayStation with my friends. Maybe I?ll go freestyling in a park, but in terms of making albums, it?s going to be impossible. When I?m sober, I?m prolific and productive.? 

After his first experience with alcohol, Macklemore continued down the path of addiction which caused his life to fall apart. At age 25, he started to find small, local success as a rapper; enough to pay his bills. When the momentum of this success came to a halt, Macklemore turned to drugs and alcohol to cope. He began recreationally using OxyContin, drinking excessively, and smoking Marijuana. These unhealthy habits caused him to feel as if he had lost the will to live. 

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During this time, Macklemore?s father asked him if he was happy. When his honest answer was ?no?, his father offered to help by paying for treatment. Macklemore agreed and entered a facility in 2008. The rapper claims that surrendering and admitting that he needed help was the most powerful thing he has ever done. 

Once out of treatment, Macklemore moved back in with his parents and began to contemplate if he could be a rapper while championing for sobriety. He remembers realizing that no one in hip hop had been openly sober before. Despite instinctually thinking he should hide this side of his life, he decided he wanted to be transparent and honest. 

It was around this time that Macklemore formed a creative partnership with producer and songwriter Ryan Lewis. Together, the duo released an EP called VS. Redux in 2010. Macklemore says this EP, which focused on his struggles with drug and alcohol use, was the first time his music really connected with listeners. He noted that fans would specifically thank him for the song ?Otherside.? 

Despite Macklemore?s doubts that sobriety could be marketable in the rap genre, he found there was power in sharing his story. He believes that being open and honest about your experience allows others to feel safe to share theirs. 

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Macklemore?s Relapse And Views On Sobriety

In 2021, Macklemore did an interview on Dax Shepard?s Armchair Expert podcast. During this conversation, the artist confessed that he had experienced a relapse in the year prior. Macklemore has shared that the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to his relapse. He found that he was losing focus as his 12-step meeting became Zoom meetings. This caused him to become out of touch with his recovery community which he says is a big factor to staying sober. 

?Sobriety is not a daily struggle, but it?s a daily effort. I have to be proactive about my recovery. When I talk about it, I get a spiritual reprieve. If I?m not reaching out to others, being of service, going to meetings, working the steps, I will eventually forget how bad it gets. I will end up thinking that the drug is the best solution to take me out of whatever momentary pain I?m in,? Macklemore wrote in his TODAY essay. 

CLEAN Cause?s New Creative Director

Macklemore has recently teamed with CLEAN Cause, a beverage company with a mission. Founder Wes Hurt noticed that the sober living experience was crucial to the recovery process, especially when it comes to forming routines, finding employment, and preparing to re-enter the world. For this reason, CLEAN Cause donates 50% of their net profits, or 5% of net revenues, whichever is greater, to help fund sober living scholarships. Almost 3,000 scholarships, around $1.5 million, have been backed through CLEAN Cause. 

In this partnership, Macklemore has been named CLEAN Cause?s new Creative Director. Through his artistic vision and own personal experience, he hopes to raise awareness about addiction. Macklemore?s first project with CLEAN Cause will be a video series titled ?Drink to This.? While the series is yet to be released, a short trailer can be found on YouTube. Individuals in the series are shown sharing their unique, yet universal stories about the benefits of sobriety. 

?To anyone in recovery? to anyone who loves someone in recovery? to anyone who needs recovery? to anyone, anywhere, on the road to recovery? to anyone who wants to help those in recovery? drink to this,? Macklemore can be heard saying while he plays the piano in the series? trailer. 

The Importance Of CLEAN Cause?s Mission

It has been reported that 1 in 7 people in the US will develop a substance use disorder in their lifetime. Of these individuals, only 1 in 10 will receive the treatment they need. Additionally, the US saw the highest number of recorded overdose deaths, over 100,000, for any 12-month period last year. Macklemore hopes that being honest about his own story can help others to get the treatment they need. 

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Macklemore Opens Up About Drug And Alcohol Use

Macklemore, whose birth name is Ben Haggerty, has recently been candid about his struggles with substance use and relapse. The rapper has partnered with CLEAN Cause, a sparkling beverage company, in the hopes that being truthful about sobriety can help others who are struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD). 

Macklemore?s Early Drug And Alcohol Use

Last week, 38-year-old Macklemore shared his experience with addiction in an essay for TODAY. In his own words, he details his first time consuming alcohol. At age 14, Macklemore snuck alcohol from his parent?s liquor cabinet which was located above his refrigerator. After having 1 shot of vodka, he began to wonder what it would feel like to take 2 shots. This curiosity led the then 130-lb Macklemore to continue drinking 12 shots in one sitting. After this binge, he took a bus downtown, threw up in a trashcan, and ran from the cops. 

Macklemore recalls that he began rapping around the same age that his drug and alcohol use began. Despite many artists relating substance use to increased creativity, the rapper does not agree. In his essay, Macklemore said, ?When I use drugs and alcohol, I shut off. I have a veil over my eyes. I can?t see the truth anymore. I sit on the couch and play PlayStation with my friends. Maybe I?ll go freestyling in a park, but in terms of making albums, it?s going to be impossible. When I?m sober, I?m prolific and productive.? 

After his first experience with alcohol, Macklemore continued down the path of addiction which caused his life to fall apart. At age 25, he started to find small, local success as a rapper; enough to pay his bills. When the momentum of this success came to a halt, Macklemore turned to drugs and alcohol to cope. He began recreationally using OxyContin, drinking excessively, and smoking Marijuana. These unhealthy habits caused him to feel as if he had lost the will to live. 

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During this time, Macklemore?s father asked him if he was happy. When his honest answer was ?no?, his father offered to help by paying for treatment. Macklemore agreed and entered a facility in 2008. The rapper claims that surrendering and admitting that he needed help was the most powerful thing he has ever done. 

Once out of treatment, Macklemore moved back in with his parents and began to contemplate if he could be a rapper while championing for sobriety. He remembers realizing that no one in hip hop had been openly sober before. Despite instinctually thinking he should hide this side of his life, he decided he wanted to be transparent and honest. 

It was around this time that Macklemore formed a creative partnership with producer and songwriter Ryan Lewis. Together, the duo released an EP called VS. Redux in 2010. Macklemore says this EP, which focused on his struggles with drug and alcohol use, was the first time his music really connected with listeners. He noted that fans would specifically thank him for the song ?Otherside.? 

Despite Macklemore?s doubts that sobriety could be marketable in the rap genre, he found there was power in sharing his story. He believes that being open and honest about your experience allows others to feel safe to share theirs. 

Meet Dr. Bhatt
Medical Content Director

Learn More ⟶

Macklemore?s Relapse And Views On Sobriety

In 2021, Macklemore did an interview on Dax Shepard?s Armchair Expert podcast. During this conversation, the artist confessed that he had experienced a relapse in the year prior. Macklemore has shared that the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to his relapse. He found that he was losing focus as his 12-step meeting became Zoom meetings. This caused him to become out of touch with his recovery community which he says is a big factor to staying sober. 

?Sobriety is not a daily struggle, but it?s a daily effort. I have to be proactive about my recovery. When I talk about it, I get a spiritual reprieve. If I?m not reaching out to others, being of service, going to meetings, working the steps, I will eventually forget how bad it gets. I will end up thinking that the drug is the best solution to take me out of whatever momentary pain I?m in,? Macklemore wrote in his TODAY essay. 

CLEAN Cause?s New Creative Director

Macklemore has recently teamed with CLEAN Cause, a beverage company with a mission. Founder Wes Hurt noticed that the sober living experience was crucial to the recovery process, especially when it comes to forming routines, finding employment, and preparing to re-enter the world. For this reason, CLEAN Cause donates 50% of their net profits, or 5% of net revenues, whichever is greater, to help fund sober living scholarships. Almost 3,000 scholarships, around $1.5 million, have been backed through CLEAN Cause. 

In this partnership, Macklemore has been named CLEAN Cause?s new Creative Director. Through his artistic vision and own personal experience, he hopes to raise awareness about addiction. Macklemore?s first project with CLEAN Cause will be a video series titled ?Drink to This.? While the series is yet to be released, a short trailer can be found on YouTube. Individuals in the series are shown sharing their unique, yet universal stories about the benefits of sobriety. 

?To anyone in recovery? to anyone who loves someone in recovery? to anyone who needs recovery? to anyone, anywhere, on the road to recovery? to anyone who wants to help those in recovery? drink to this,? Macklemore can be heard saying while he plays the piano in the series? trailer. 

The Importance Of CLEAN Cause?s Mission

It has been reported that 1 in 7 people in the US will develop a substance use disorder in their lifetime. Of these individuals, only 1 in 10 will receive the treatment they need. Additionally, the US saw the highest number of recorded overdose deaths, over 100,000, for any 12-month period last year. Macklemore hopes that being honest about his own story can help others to get the treatment they need. 

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Harm Reduction Vending Machines To Be Installed In New York

New York City officials have proposed a new initiative that will feature the installation of ?public health vending machines.? These vending machines will dispense free toiletries, safe sex kits, and harm reduction supplies, such as overdose reversal medications and sterile syringes.

What Is Harm Reduction?

Harm reduction programs are aimed at reducing overdose deaths and other adverse outcomes that can come from drug use. While most policies are focused on abstinence, harm reduction works to give agency to those who are struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD). This is done through a spectrum of approaches such as managed and safer use.

Because each program differs based on the community?s needs, there is no set definition for harm reduction. States in the US who take this approach typically provide medications to reverse overdose, resources on treatment, and needle exchange. The National Harm Reduction Coalition lists 8 principles that are essential for harm reduction programs. These principles include:

Accepts that licit and illicit drug use is part of our world and chooses to not ignore or condemn harmful effects. Recognizes that substance use is a complex situation and that some methods are safer than others. Uses the quality of individual and community life as the program?s criteria. Services and resources are provided without judgement or coercion. Program is created by routinely giving a voice to those who use substances or have a history of substance uses. Those who use substances are the primary agents in reducing harm. Acknowledges that social inequalities, like poverty, class, racism, past trauma, and discrimination can affect an individual?s vulnerability for substance use. Does not minimize or ignore the harms and dangers that are associated with substance use. 

New York City?s Vending Machine Plan

It has been reported that every 4 hours, a person in New York City dies of a drug overdose. Like the rest of the US, New York City has seen an increase in overdose related deaths over the past few years. In 2020, 2,062 overdose deaths were recorded for the city which is 500 more than the prior year.

This $730,000 pilot program is geared towards curbing overdoses by making harm reduction supplies easily accessible. In order to reach the areas that have been especially affected by overdose deaths, 10 public health vending machines will be placed in all 5 boroughs of the city. Central Harlem, Union Square, Far Rockaway, Stapleton, and East New York have been identified as top priority neighborhoods. 

While residents of New York state currently have access to clean syringes at pharmacies throughout the state, these vending machines may be a more appealing option. By eliminating face-to-face interactions and being available 24/7, harm reduction vending machines can get supplies to the people who need them most, where they need them, and on their schedule.

Needle Exchange Programs And Naloxone

Exchanging needles and providing Naloxone will be the main focus of New York?s harm reduction vending machines. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines syringe services programs (SSP) as community based programs that provide access to sterile needles and syringes, facilitate safe disposal of used syringes, and link people to treatment programs. Studies have shown that those who participate in SSPs are 5 times more likely to enter treatment than those who do not. It has also been proven that these programs can be successful in preventing the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C, and other skin and other high risk infections.

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Naloxone is a medication that can reverse Opioid overdose by attaching to Opioid receptors to block the substance?s effects. This can be achieved through a nasal spray form of Naloxone or by injecting it into muscle. Being able to recognize an Opioid overdose is important when it comes to using Naloxone. Signs of of Opioid overdose include:

Unconsciousness Small pupils Shallow breathing Vomiting Inability to speak Faint heartbeat Pale skin Purple fingernails or lips 

Once Naloxone has been administered, it will only reverse effects for 30 to 90 minutes. For this reason, it is essential that emergency services be contacted immediately along with the use of Naloxone. 

Las Vegas?s Harm Reduction Vending Machines

Nevada was the first state to install vending machines similar to the ones included in New York?s plan. The state, which began using these vending machines in 2017, saw significant success within the first year, especially in the Las Vegas area. From 2017 to 2018, approximately 23,540 clean syringes were distributed. 1/4th of the transactions were for HIV and Hepatitis C tests and 5% of clients asked for referrals for treatment programs. Additionally, nearly half of those who used the vending machines requested Naloxone.

The 3 vending machines placed in southern Nevada have been deemed a success. Their harm reduction services have been able to keep people safe by providing supplies to otherwise hard to reach groups of people. These populations can receive the supplies they need in a discreet manner which has helped to lower the stigma that is associated with getting help for a SUD. 

Meet Dr. Bhatt
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Biden?s Push Towards Harm Reduction

The Biden Administration is the first to openly support harm reduction policies. While not everyone is in support of this approach, the need for reducing the harms caused by drug use is more important than ever. In 2021, the US reported its highest number of overdose deaths in a 12 month period at over 100,000. 

On December 8th, 2021, the Biden Administration announced that they will be making efforts to work towards implementing more harm reduction programs. To do so, they will be supplying over $30 million in grants. These grants will be used for harm reduction services such as syringe exchanges and Naloxone. 

Critics of harm reduction believe that these programs do not address the most critical issues of addiction. Additionally, it is often thought that needle exchange programs will create more litter in the area. Studies have found that this claim is not true. 

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Harm Reduction Vending Machines To Be Installed In New York

New York City officials have proposed a new initiative that will feature the installation of ?public health vending machines.? These vending machines will dispense free toiletries, safe sex kits, and harm reduction supplies, such as overdose reversal medications and sterile syringes.

What Is Harm Reduction?

Harm reduction programs are aimed at reducing overdose deaths and other adverse outcomes that can come from drug use. While most policies are focused on abstinence, harm reduction works to give agency to those who are struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD). This is done through a spectrum of approaches such as managed and safer use.

Because each program differs based on the community?s needs, there is no set definition for harm reduction. States in the US who take this approach typically provide medications to reverse overdose, resources on treatment, and needle exchange. The National Harm Reduction Coalition lists 8 principles that are essential for harm reduction programs. These principles include:

Accepts that licit and illicit drug use is part of our world and chooses to not ignore or condemn harmful effects. Recognizes that substance use is a complex situation and that some methods are safer than others. Uses the quality of individual and community life as the program?s criteria. Services and resources are provided without judgement or coercion. Program is created by routinely giving a voice to those who use substances or have a history of substance uses. Those who use substances are the primary agents in reducing harm. Acknowledges that social inequalities, like poverty, class, racism, past trauma, and discrimination can affect an individual?s vulnerability for substance use. Does not minimize or ignore the harms and dangers that are associated with substance use. 

New York City?s Vending Machine Plan

It has been reported that every 4 hours, a person in New York City dies of a drug overdose. Like the rest of the US, New York City has seen an increase in overdose related deaths over the past few years. In 2020, 2,062 overdose deaths were recorded for the city which is 500 more than the prior year.

This $730,000 pilot program is geared towards curbing overdoses by making harm reduction supplies easily accessible. In order to reach the areas that have been especially affected by overdose deaths, 10 public health vending machines will be placed in all 5 boroughs of the city. Central Harlem, Union Square, Far Rockaway, Stapleton, and East New York have been identified as top priority neighborhoods. 

While residents of New York state currently have access to clean syringes at pharmacies throughout the state, these vending machines may be a more appealing option. By eliminating face-to-face interactions and being available 24/7, harm reduction vending machines can get supplies to the people who need them most, where they need them, and on their schedule.

Needle Exchange Programs And Naloxone

Exchanging needles and providing Naloxone will be the main focus of New York?s harm reduction vending machines. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines syringe services programs (SSP) as community based programs that provide access to sterile needles and syringes, facilitate safe disposal of used syringes, and link people to treatment programs. Studies have shown that those who participate in SSPs are 5 times more likely to enter treatment than those who do not. It has also been proven that these programs can be successful in preventing the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C, and other skin and other high risk infections.

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Addiction Center is not affiliated with any insurance.

Naloxone is a medication that can reverse Opioid overdose by attaching to Opioid receptors to block the substance?s effects. This can be achieved through a nasal spray form of Naloxone or by injecting it into muscle. Being able to recognize an Opioid overdose is important when it comes to using Naloxone. Signs of of Opioid overdose include:

Unconsciousness Small pupils Shallow breathing Vomiting Inability to speak Faint heartbeat Pale skin Purple fingernails or lips 

Once Naloxone has been administered, it will only reverse effects for 30 to 90 minutes. For this reason, it is essential that emergency services be contacted immediately along with the use of Naloxone. 

Las Vegas?s Harm Reduction Vending Machines

Nevada was the first state to install vending machines similar to the ones included in New York?s plan. The state, which began using these vending machines in 2017, saw significant success within the first year, especially in the Las Vegas area. From 2017 to 2018, approximately 23,540 clean syringes were distributed. 1/4th of the transactions were for HIV and Hepatitis C tests and 5% of clients asked for referrals for treatment programs. Additionally, nearly half of those who used the vending machines requested Naloxone.

The 3 vending machines placed in southern Nevada have been deemed a success. Their harm reduction services have been able to keep people safe by providing supplies to otherwise hard to reach groups of people. These populations can receive the supplies they need in a discreet manner which has helped to lower the stigma that is associated with getting help for a SUD. 

Meet Dr. Bhatt
Medical Content Director

Learn More ⟶

Biden?s Push Towards Harm Reduction

The Biden Administration is the first to openly support harm reduction policies. While not everyone is in support of this approach, the need for reducing the harms caused by drug use is more important than ever. In 2021, the US reported its highest number of overdose deaths in a 12 month period at over 100,000. 

On December 8th, 2021, the Biden Administration announced that they will be making efforts to work towards implementing more harm reduction programs. To do so, they will be supplying over $30 million in grants. These grants will be used for harm reduction services such as syringe exchanges and Naloxone. 

Critics of harm reduction believe that these programs do not address the most critical issues of addiction. Additionally, it is often thought that needle exchange programs will create more litter in the area. Studies have found that this claim is not true. 

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Frankie works to help Nate, a former recovery advocate-turned-heroin addict, get his life and his son back. Allie tries to help her best friend Kelly get a scholarship to rehab.

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When Miscarriages Become Manslaughter

On October 5 2021, a young woman named Brittany Poolaw, a member of Wichita and Affiliated Tribes in Oklahoma, was charged with first degree manslaughter and a sentence of 4 years in prison. She had suffered a second-trimester miscarriage. In a fetal autopsy, examiners found a congenital abnormality and a complication with the placenta in addition to traces of Methamphetamine. Whether or not the Meth ultimately caused Poolaw?s miscarriage is decidedly undeterminable and yet, after a year and a half in an overcrowded jail, amidst the ongoing pandemic, she faces more time behind bars for a heartbreaking loss. And she?s not the only one. As Oklahoma Methamphetamine rates rise somewhat steadily, so too do the number of infants born (or lost) to drug exposure. Between 2015 and 2021, the numbers nearly quadrupled and with them, more and more pregnant women are facing incarceration for drug abuse, even in cases where a woman had a medical Marijuana card and/or her baby was born perfectly healthy.

Healthcare Professionals Weigh In

Poolaw?s case has sparked national outcry. Numerous leaders in women?s health such as the March of Dimes organization, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and the National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) as well as 37 Oklahoma-based doctors have released numerous letters and statements of outrage all saying the same thing: incarceration for drug abuse in pregnant women, especially in the unfortunate loss of a pregnancy, is not the answer to the variety of underlying issues at stake. Dr. Kate Arnold, an Oklahoma City OBGYN and vice-chair of the Oklahoma chapter of ACOG believes the state is charging these women ?supposedly with the hopes that if we can prosecute it [then] it will deter drug use during pregnancy. The problem that we as physicians see is this has actually already been tried in many other states and it does not improve outcomes. In fact, it leads to worse outcomes.?

In a guest column article Arnold wrote for the online publication, The Oklahoman, she expresses the erroneous nature of incarceration for drug abuse with regard to pregnant women?s health, writing:

These misguided policies disproportionately target low-income women and women of Color, and women who represent communities with limited access to medical care, among other factors contributing to worse health outcomes of them and their children. Studies of drug use in pregnancy suggests that other issues?such as poverty, poor diet, and tobacco use?are at least as harmful as drug use itself.

– Dr. Kate Arnold, The Oklahoman, 2021

Considering Assistant District Attorney Christine Gailbraith said Poolaw?s case was, ?a situation where the defendant put her wants ahead of the baby. She chose Meth over his life,? Dr. Arnold?s claim provides important context; this increasingly common issue is deeper than ?wants.?

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Outcomes Of Incarcerating Pregnant Women For Drug Abuse

Both state officials and health professionals ultimately wish the same for pregnant women who suffer from varying substance abuse problems: a healthy mom and a healthy baby. The problem, and what doctors are tirelessly working to inform policymakers of, is that by convicting someone who is likely already under immense duress and trauma (especially in the case of a miscarriage) is both detrimental and ineffective. One local news source investigated Poolaw?s case in conjunction with 45 other pregnant women across the state charged with felony child abuse, neglect, or manslaughter in relation with substance use since 2017. While the findings varied dependent upon county, across the board, only 18 received any kind of rehab/treatment for drug abuse as part of their sentence. The statistic appears counterintuitive to some prosecutor?s claim that criminal justice involvement protects children while simultaneously encourages women to seek treatment. For pregnant women, incarceration for drug abuse is not working.

?I wish we could get more education out to assistant district attorneys and judges to better understand substance use and not criminalize individuals that are pregnant for their substance use,? director for the Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Teresa Stephenson said. Because of these decisions being made across the state, when a woman who suffers from addiction or abuse gets pregnant, she now must weigh her options as to whether or not to seek medical help and consultation, afraid she might be prosecuted for her addiction. Thus, a vicious cycle ensues in which this woman either gets help and risks incarceration or her baby being taken, or she says nothing, doesn?t receive treatment, and still risks losing her baby and/or her freedom, as well as the ability to find and pursue the help and treatment she needs.

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Another issue, is that even if women like Poolaw, who suffer from substance use or addiction while pregnant, had the ability or opportunity to receive prenatal care, they might have a hard time finding doctors willing to treat them. Medical director of Substance Use Treatment And Recovery Prenatal Clinic (STARS), Dr. Stephanie Pierce believes there is a much greater need for services that cater to women struggling with drug abuse, but there are not enough providers. ?There [are] so many people that have these issues and there?s just traditionally not a lot of OB providers that are really interested or excited about taking care of these patients and I think a lot of that is due to stigma,? she said. Despite the relative lack in OBGYNs, The STARS clinic is doing quite well; between October of 2019 and July of 2021, 91% of infants were discharged to their parents? care.

?Most of these women really want their babies and want to be able to take care of their babies. I think early intervention is probably the most key thing,? said Paula Griffith, director of Women and Children?s Services at Conmache County Memorial Hospital where Poolaw received care during her miscarriage. In October of last year, Poolaw obtained a new attorney, John Coyle III, after her story made headlines and national news, who said that hers is ?a sad case and an assault on women?s rights.? A local news source reached out to prosecuting district attorney for Poolaw?s case, Kyle Cabelka, for comment; he declined.

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When Miscarriages Become Manslaughter

On October 5 2021, a young woman named Brittany Poolaw, a member of Wichita and Affiliated Tribes in Oklahoma, was charged with first degree manslaughter and a sentence of 4 years in prison. She had suffered a second-trimester miscarriage. In a fetal autopsy, examiners found a congenital abnormality and a complication with the placenta in addition to traces of Methamphetamine. Whether or not the Meth ultimately caused Poolaw?s miscarriage is decidedly undeterminable and yet, after a year and a half in an overcrowded jail, amidst the ongoing pandemic, she faces more time behind bars for a heartbreaking loss. And she?s not the only one. As Oklahoma Methamphetamine rates rise somewhat steadily, so too do the number of infants born (or lost) to drug exposure. Between 2015 and 2021, the numbers nearly quadrupled and with them, more and more pregnant women are facing incarceration for drug abuse, even in cases where a woman had a medical Marijuana card and/or her baby was born perfectly healthy.

Healthcare Professionals Weigh In

Poolaw?s case has sparked national outcry. Numerous leaders in women?s health such as the March of Dimes organization, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and the National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) as well as 37 Oklahoma-based doctors have released numerous letters and statements of outrage all saying the same thing: incarceration for drug abuse in pregnant women, especially in the unfortunate loss of a pregnancy, is not the answer to the variety of underlying issues at stake. Dr. Kate Arnold, an Oklahoma City OBGYN and vice-chair of the Oklahoma chapter of ACOG believes the state is charging these women ?supposedly with the hopes that if we can prosecute it [then] it will deter drug use during pregnancy. The problem that we as physicians see is this has actually already been tried in many other states and it does not improve outcomes. In fact, it leads to worse outcomes.?

In a guest column article Arnold wrote for the online publication, The Oklahoman, she expresses the erroneous nature of incarceration for drug abuse with regard to pregnant women?s health, writing:

These misguided policies disproportionately target low-income women and women of Color, and women who represent communities with limited access to medical care, among other factors contributing to worse health outcomes of them and their children. Studies of drug use in pregnancy suggests that other issues?such as poverty, poor diet, and tobacco use?are at least as harmful as drug use itself.

– Dr. Kate Arnold, The Oklahoman, 2021

Considering Assistant District Attorney Christine Gailbraith said Poolaw?s case was, ?a situation where the defendant put her wants ahead of the baby. She chose Meth over his life,? Dr. Arnold?s claim provides important context; this increasingly common issue is deeper than ?wants.?

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Outcomes Of Incarcerating Pregnant Women For Drug Abuse

Both state officials and health professionals ultimately wish the same for pregnant women who suffer from varying substance abuse problems: a healthy mom and a healthy baby. The problem, and what doctors are tirelessly working to inform policymakers of, is that by convicting someone who is likely already under immense duress and trauma (especially in the case of a miscarriage) is both detrimental and ineffective. One local news source investigated Poolaw?s case in conjunction with 45 other pregnant women across the state charged with felony child abuse, neglect, or manslaughter in relation with substance use since 2017. While the findings varied dependent upon county, across the board, only 18 received any kind of rehab/treatment for drug abuse as part of their sentence. The statistic appears counterintuitive to some prosecutor?s claim that criminal justice involvement protects children while simultaneously encourages women to seek treatment. For pregnant women, incarceration for drug abuse is not working.

?I wish we could get more education out to assistant district attorneys and judges to better understand substance use and not criminalize individuals that are pregnant for their substance use,? director for the Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Teresa Stephenson said. Because of these decisions being made across the state, when a woman who suffers from addiction or abuse gets pregnant, she now must weigh her options as to whether or not to seek medical help and consultation, afraid she might be prosecuted for her addiction. Thus, a vicious cycle ensues in which this woman either gets help and risks incarceration or her baby being taken, or she says nothing, doesn?t receive treatment, and still risks losing her baby and/or her freedom, as well as the ability to find and pursue the help and treatment she needs.

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Another issue, is that even if women like Poolaw, who suffer from substance use or addiction while pregnant, had the ability or opportunity to receive prenatal care, they might have a hard time finding doctors willing to treat them. Medical director of Substance Use Treatment And Recovery Prenatal Clinic (STARS), Dr. Stephanie Pierce believes there is a much greater need for services that cater to women struggling with drug abuse, but there are not enough providers. ?There [are] so many people that have these issues and there?s just traditionally not a lot of OB providers that are really interested or excited about taking care of these patients and I think a lot of that is due to stigma,? she said. Despite the relative lack in OBGYNs, The STARS clinic is doing quite well; between October of 2019 and July of 2021, 91% of infants were discharged to their parents? care.

?Most of these women really want their babies and want to be able to take care of their babies. I think early intervention is probably the most key thing,? said Paula Griffith, director of Women and Children?s Services at Conmache County Memorial Hospital where Poolaw received care during her miscarriage. In October of last year, Poolaw obtained a new attorney, John Coyle III, after her story made headlines and national news, who said that hers is ?a sad case and an assault on women?s rights.? A local news source reached out to prosecuting district attorney for Poolaw?s case, Kyle Cabelka, for comment; he declined.

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Heroin addict Tiffany resorts to prostitution to support her habit. Can Frankie reach her before she falls to her addiction? Allie searches for a homeless addict in need of help.

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Scientists Aiming For Addiction Vaccine

The University of Washington (UW) has high hopes: to develop a vaccine that could be used to counteract the effects of addictive and illegal drugs, prevent overdoses, and save lives.

The work will occur at UW?s Center for Medication Development for Substance Use Disorders, which opened on January 3.

It will be spearheaded by Marco Pravetoni, a professor of pharmacology. Though The Seattle Times reported on January 5 that, at that time, Pravetoni was the only faculty member at UW?s new center, he will likely soon be joined by more allies and experts focused on the same goal. Pravetoni is optimistic about the progress to be made.

Said Pravetoni, ?Every year, we?re going to start a new clinical trial.? The professor is eager to buckle down and get to the hard work of developing an inoculation against addiction that will save lives; the bill associated with such a venture will be large, however.

Pravetoni estimates it could cost as much as $300 million.

The center is off to a good start, however, and Pravetoni may have secured up to $50 million in funding so far. According to The Times, Pravetoni?s goal ?is to get enough funding to get through at least Phase 1 and 2 ? prove his vaccines are safe and likely work ? and then get a pharmaceutical company to fund the rest.?

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ddiction Vaccines Have A Long History

The thought of a vaccine for addiction could seem somewhat counterintuitive. Many vaccines function, ultimately, by increasing the amount of antibodies that might be used to fight off a particular virus. But how would a vaccine against addiction work?

As it turns out, much the same way.

According to The New York Times, which reported on the subject of so-called addiction vaccines in 2011, ?Like shots against disease, these vaccines would work by spurring the immune system to produce antibodies that would shut down the narcotic before it could take root in the body, or in the brain.?

Unlike the COVID-19 vaccine, best practice for an addiction vaccine would not be to receive the immunization in advance of coming into contact with the thing being immunized against (in this case, illegal drugs). Rather, subjects would be given the vaccine after they?ve already used the drug and developed a dependency.

Animal trials have shown that the idea has legs: rats who were given an inoculation against Heroin no longer experienced the effects of the drug and stopped taking it after they were given a vaccine.

There has been great difficulty in making the jump from non-human animals to humans, however. In one trial of a Nicotine inoculation, the shot didn?t work to help people quit smoking any better than a placebo did.

Researchers have been trying to crack the code for a long time: the first study in a peer-reviewed journal on the subject was published in Nature in 1974. The test subject was a rhesus monkey; according to the study, ?Results indicate that antibodies against morphine can block those effects of heroin on the central nervous system (CNS) that maintain self-administration behaviour.?

In other words, an anti-Heroin shot can make a subject stop shooting up. Now it?s up to scientists like Pravetoni, who stand on the shoulders of pioneers like Dr. Kim Janda (whose work involved both the rat experiment detailed above and the Nicotine vaccine trial, and who made advances in the addiction vaccine space for decades) to make those subjects human.

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n ?Urgent Need For New Treatment Options?

Operation Warp Speed was the endeavor that brought the COVID vaccine, and it was a race against the clock unlike any other seen in the modern age. Now there is a different race against time occurring, perhaps just as important if not more so ? the sprint to take an addiction vaccine to market before drugs like Fentanyl claim untold more lives.

According to a piece published in the Drugs academic journal, ?Drug addiction is a chronically relapsing brain disorder. There is an urgent need for new treatment options for this disease.?

That was from 2003.

Since then, overdose deaths have skyrocketed.

Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drug overdose deaths annually went from roughly 27,000 in 2003 to over 40,000 in 2011; by 2019, they had climbed to exceed 70,000.

Annual numbers from 2021 were over 100,000.

The White House has backed an approach to the problem based around harm reduction as opposed to punishment; per the Office Of National Drug Control Policy, primary drugs of concern include ?illicitly manufactured fentanyl and synthetic opioids other than methadone (SOOTM),? though other targets include ?cocaine and other psychostimulants, like methamphetamine.?

Some of the best minds in the world are working tirelessly on solutions to problems that plague the nation. While their work won?t be easy, some solace can be taken in the words of professor Pravetoni; researchers like him, he says, ?are trained to overcome adversity.?

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Scientists Aiming For Addiction Vaccine

The University of Washington (UW) has high hopes: to develop a vaccine that could be used to counteract the effects of addictive and illegal drugs, prevent overdoses, and save lives.

The work will occur at UW?s Center for Medication Development for Substance Use Disorders, which opened on January 3.

It will be spearheaded by Marco Pravetoni, a professor of pharmacology. Though The Seattle Times reported on January 5 that, at that time, Pravetoni was the only faculty member at UW?s new center, he will likely soon be joined by more allies and experts focused on the same goal. Pravetoni is optimistic about the progress to be made.

Said Pravetoni, ?Every year, we?re going to start a new clinical trial.? The professor is eager to buckle down and get to the hard work of developing an inoculation against addiction that will save lives; the bill associated with such a venture will be large, however.

Pravetoni estimates it could cost as much as $300 million.

The center is off to a good start, however, and Pravetoni may have secured up to $50 million in funding so far. According to The Times, Pravetoni?s goal ?is to get enough funding to get through at least Phase 1 and 2 ? prove his vaccines are safe and likely work ? and then get a pharmaceutical company to fund the rest.?

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The thought of a vaccine for addiction could seem somewhat counterintuitive. Many vaccines function, ultimately, by increasing the amount of antibodies that might be used to fight off a particular virus. But how would a vaccine against addiction work?

As it turns out, much the same way.

According to The New York Times, which reported on the subject of so-called addiction vaccines in 2011, ?Like shots against disease, these vaccines would work by spurring the immune system to produce antibodies that would shut down the narcotic before it could take root in the body, or in the brain.?

Unlike the COVID-19 vaccine, best practice for an addiction vaccine would not be to receive the immunization in advance of coming into contact with the thing being immunized against (in this case, illegal drugs). Rather, subjects would be given the vaccine after they?ve already used the drug and developed a dependency.

Animal trials have shown that the idea has legs: rats who were given an inoculation against Heroin no longer experienced the effects of the drug and stopped taking it after they were given a vaccine.

There has been great difficulty in making the jump from non-human animals to humans, however. In one trial of a Nicotine inoculation, the shot didn?t work to help people quit smoking any better than a placebo did.

Researchers have been trying to crack the code for a long time: the first study in a peer-reviewed journal on the subject was published in Nature in 1974. The test subject was a rhesus monkey; according to the study, ?Results indicate that antibodies against morphine can block those effects of heroin on the central nervous system (CNS) that maintain self-administration behaviour.?

In other words, an anti-Heroin shot can make a subject stop shooting up. Now it?s up to scientists like Pravetoni, who stand on the shoulders of pioneers like Dr. Kim Janda (whose work involved both the rat experiment detailed above and the Nicotine vaccine trial, and who made advances in the addiction vaccine space for decades) to make those subjects human.

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Operation Warp Speed was the endeavor that brought the COVID vaccine, and it was a race against the clock unlike any other seen in the modern age. Now there is a different race against time occurring, perhaps just as important if not more so ? the sprint to take an addiction vaccine to market before drugs like Fentanyl claim untold more lives.

According to a piece published in the Drugs academic journal, ?Drug addiction is a chronically relapsing brain disorder. There is an urgent need for new treatment options for this disease.?

That was from 2003.

Since then, overdose deaths have skyrocketed.

Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drug overdose deaths annually went from roughly 27,000 in 2003 to over 40,000 in 2011; by 2019, they had climbed to exceed 70,000.

Annual numbers from 2021 were over 100,000.

The White House has backed an approach to the problem based around harm reduction as opposed to punishment; per the Office Of National Drug Control Policy, primary drugs of concern include ?illicitly manufactured fentanyl and synthetic opioids other than methadone (SOOTM),? though other targets include ?cocaine and other psychostimulants, like methamphetamine.?

Some of the best minds in the world are working tirelessly on solutions to problems that plague the nation. While their work won?t be easy, some solace can be taken in the words of professor Pravetoni; researchers like him, he says, ?are trained to overcome adversity.?

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