All other alcoholism treatments rely on counseling to cure an alcoholic's brain chemistry deficiencies. What other disease in this century is treated with talk?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) May 13, 2008
Dr. Doug Krotzer expressed thanks to the FTC staff, "Typically this means they agreed with our internationally prominent scientific consultants that our claims, `We Cure Nearly All Alcoholics Permanently,' `Enjoy A Few Drinks Without Needing More' and `Virtually Free' are supported by significant science. We expected a positive outcome since Alcoholism Cure Foundation treatments are based on 1,000 scientific studies reported in prominent medical journals."
"We supply missing natural molecules to the brain," explains Dr. Doug Krotzer. "All other alcoholism treatments rely on counseling to cure an alcoholic's brain chemistry deficiencies. What other disease in this century is treated with talk?"
Currently insurance companies and State governments waste several billion dollars each year on alcoholism treatment clinics. The clinics routinely ignore requests by the National Institutes of Health ("NIH") to prove their long term benefit. Dr Doug Krotzer invites the NIH and other independent researchers to review the Alcoholism Cure Foundation's nearly 100% success rates.
One member calls Alcoholism Cure Foundation "Similar to expert mechanics. They fix complex problems by adjusting a few screws." The technology and programs are described at http://www.AlcoholismCure.org.
"We have done everything to have the existing alcoholism cure establishment review our results. So far, their primary response is, 'Go away.' Last year, they had government agencies, including the FTC, investigate us to death. Those have now all been favorably concluded, save one."
Currently, judges sentence DWI offenders to Alcoholics Anonymous and expensive clinics which are generally considered only "better than doing nothing." Dr. Doug Krotzer says, "We look forward to having judges sentence repeat DWI offenders to our programs, so we can move this technology along to growing acceptance."
Alcoholism Cure Foundation doctors (PhDs) created permanent cures from the research producing Revia® (naltrexone) and Campral® (acamprosate). The difference? The prescription drugs have serious side effects and do not work nearly as well.
KEYWORDS: Dr. Doug Krotzer, Alcoholism Cure Foundation