Edge Media Network

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EDGE, the largest network of local Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) news and entertainment publications in the world, serving metropolitan areas around the United States leverages Dr. Cidambi’s knowledge of Addiction to talk about the National Drug Take Back Day.

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Gender addiction gap shrinking : Why gender matters when it comes to addiction treatment & recovery

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The Huffington Post : Huffington Post published an article by Dr. Cidambi, a specialist in treating women with addiction issues, that talks about why women are predisposed to get addicted faster and how to accelerate their recovery by identifying and meeting women’s special needs.

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Expert offers ways to tell if you’re drinking too much

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Chicago Tribune : Chicago’s leading newspaper, sought out CNT’s Medical Director’s expertise to identify the difference between “moderate” and “heavy” alcohol consumption and suggest ways to cutback.

Indra Cidambi, M.D. is widely recognized as America’s leading expert on alcohol and drug treatment issues.

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Ambulatory detox centers starting to catch on

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NJ Biz: A news magazine dedicated to covering businesses in New Jersey wrote a feature story on the Center for Network Therapy. The crux of the story was how CNT’s Medical Director and nationally acclaimed addiction expert,Indra Cidambi, M.D., had pioneered the use of the outpatient model for detoxification from all alcohol, benzodiazepines and opiates and how CNT was leading the industry to new, lower cost model.

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Mom writes an imotional ombituary for her doughter who was addict

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Yahoo Beauty : Dr. Cidambi provided  insights on how addiction works noting that “Addiction, much like diabetes, is a chronic disease — not a behavioral problem”. Dr. Cidambi also made the case for ambulatory detoxification programs as an alternative treatment method. Please see below for a link to that article and attached for the press clip.

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The hidden victim of the opioid crisis

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HealthZette.com : Dr. Cidambi is featured in, “The Hidden Victims of the Opioid Crisis,” an article about the uptick in the number of children in the foster care system as more parents become addicted to opioids. Dr. Cidambi provided her insight into how the long-standing inpatient detox protocol might not be the best course of action.

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National Children of Alcoholics Awareness Week – Why Family-Based Recovery Is Important

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Huffington Post: The article titled, “National Children of Alcoholics Awareness Week – Why Family-Based Recovery Is Important”,  addresses the importance of spreading public awareness about the impact of alcohol and drugs on children and families. The article also details how CNT’s ambulatory treatment program brings the family of the person addicted to drugs or alcohol into the treatment process and helps to make the living environment less dysfunctional.

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Is your doctor enabling your addiction to pain pills?

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Physicians News Digest: Physicians News Digest published an article from addiction expert, Dr. Indra Cidambi, about how some doctors inadvertently enable addiction to prescription pain pills and other prescription medication such as benzodiazepines. Dr. Cidambi helps individuals identify situations where their physician is enabling their addiction.

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Lt. Governor Kim Guandango tour center for network therapy

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MyCentralJersey.com : New Jersey’s Lt. Governor, Kim Guadagno, visited the Center for Network Therapy to understand the ambulatory Detox model and find out how CNT is able to address the needs of individuals suffering from opiate withdrawal, benzo withdrawal and alcohol withdrawal. She was impressed by the efficacy of the program.

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Now there’s an implant to treat opioid addiction . But will it really help people or create more problems?

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Rehab Today : Rehab Today, a leading web site that discussed addiction issues, sought Dr. Cidambi’s views on implantable buprenorphine, Probuphine. Dr. Cidambi detailed why she thinks the uptake of Probuphine will be much weaker than expected.

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Doc gooden’s drug denial may be cry for help

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New York Daily News : The New York Daily News asked addiction expert, Dr. Indra Cidambi to write an op ed piece on allegations that former baseball star Dwight Gooden had gone back to abusing drugs. She talks about how to help individuals struggling with relapse to re-engage in treatment and get back on the path to recovery.

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Long-Acting Opioid Treatment Could Be Available In A Month

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National Public Radio : FDA recently announced the approval of Probuphine, an implantable form of buprenorphine, for treating opioid dependence. National Public Radio sought the views of Dr. Cidambi, addiction expert and medical director of the Center for Network Therapy, on the medication.

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The first implant for opioid addiction just recieved FDA approval

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Dr. Oz The Good Life.com : Dr. Oz’s online health site seeks addiction expert, Dr. Cidambi’s views on Probuphine, which was recently approved by the FDA. Probuphine is intended for treatment for opioid dependence and it is used to treat individuals suffering from opiate withdrawal and opiate cravings. Dr. Cidambi, Center for Network Therapy’s medical director argues why Probuphine will flop.

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Are we ignoring an escalating benzodiazapine epidemic?

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The Fix : Addiction expert and CNT’s medical director, Dr. Cidambi recently wrote an Op Ed piece for The Fix, America’s leading online resource for individuals affected by substance use disorders. She focused on the rising rate of overdose deaths from overdose of benzodiazepines and how it could worsen the drug epidemic we are facing.

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Florida zombie drug flakka : Everything you need to know

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Rolling Stone.com : With news from Florida that a young man killed two people while high on “Flakka” and tried to eat one of his victim’s face, the Rolling Stone magazine reached out to addiction expert, Dr. Cidambi, to understand the effects of abusing “Flakka.” What kind of high does it give? What can be expect of people high on “Flakka?”

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Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno Tours Center for Network Therapy in Middlesex

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New Jersey : New Jersey’s Lieutenant Governor, Kim Guadagno, visited CNT to learn more about detoxing individuals from alcohol, benzodiazepines and opiates in an Ambulatory (Outpatient) setting. She met with addiction expert, Dr. Indra Cidambi, and patients to learn about the efficacy of the program. She said:”This new facility is a symbol of hope for families and friends that a loved one’s life can, and will, be saved.”

http://nj.gov/governor/media/photos/2016/current.shtml

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Can You Really Get Addicted to Cocaine After Trying it Once?

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The Greatist : CNT’s Medical Director and leading addiction expert, Indra Cidambi, M.D., was not only quoted in the article, she was also recognized as a leading expert and pioneer in the field of Addiction Medicine.

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Heroin. It Wants You Dead but it Will Settle for Miserable

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Patch.com : Heroin. It Wants You Dead but it Will Settle for Miserable

New Jersey Patch highlighted the effectiveness of CNT’s unique program. The article describes how CNT helped an individual addicted to pain pills and heroin to achieve sobriety and remain sober for over 12 months.

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Dr. Cidambi’s advice on how to cutback from excessive alcohol consumption

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Lansing State Journal: A newspaper from Lansing, Michigan leverages Dr. Cidambi’s deep expertise in drug and alcohol addiction to help their readers identify if they are drinking excessively and offr ways to cutback.

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