|Posted by Debbie Berger on March 12, 2003 at 20:46:18:|
In Reply to: alcoholism posted by dr hollenbeck on August 13, 2000 at 13:55:22:
> MD specialised in internal medicine I am quite often in front of the alcoholic problem.
> Here in Europe, we have a medication, not very well known surprisingly called Campral. When I first prescribed it, I asked the patients to give me some feed back and it seem to be an excellent medication. It does to the need for alcohol what Zyban does for the need for cigarettes; it works well enough that it helps avoids relapse in a very significant way. The molecule is called acamprosate and you may find everything you need to know in English on http://www.medicouncilalcol.demon.co.uk/facts.htm#acamp.
> So when I set it up my Internet site on dr-hollenbeck.com I made the medication easy to order.
> Iíll be happy if this information can help, and even more grateful if I could get some feed back. My patients get the very best help they can get, no matter what country I need to contact in order to get it.
> Thank you for taking the time to read this annoucement. I have very little time and wont be doing any more communication than the one I am doing just now, hoping some will try and than carry the word to month.
I have been referred to you by ARCA as a possible source of Naltrexone. Are you able to send it to the states and at what cost.