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Our goal at Drug Dangers is to keep the public educated and informed of all defective medical devices and dangerous medications that are currently on the market. As an online resource sponsored by Seeger Weiss LLP, Drug Dangers strives to provide accurate, relevant medical information all in one place.

Thousands of Americans turn to medical attention to help improve their quality of life and relieve them of pain and suffering. Medications and implant surgeries, such as hip or knee replacement, can change and even save lives.

However, pharmaceutical companies often cut corners where accuracy matters most – consumer safety. Insufficient lab testing and deceptive marketing tactics have cost thousands of patients their lives. Prescription medications have caused users to suffer detrimental side effects and implant surgeries have left victims in great pain. Pharmaceutical companies earn billions of dollars every year from these products at the expense of their users.

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Veterans Alcohol and Drug Dependence Rehabilitation Program

The Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA) Alcohol and Drug Dependence Rehabilitation Program provides medical, social, vocational, and rehabilitation therapies to eligible alcohol and drug dependent Veterans. The programs offer various forms of treatment including detoxification, rehabilitation, and psychiatric care. Treatment programs are located in the VA medical centers and clinics.

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Veterans and Addiction

Veterans often cope with stress after returning from multiple deployments.  They may also suffer from illnesses and injuries that can contribute to a substance use disorder.  Addiction delays an already complex social reintegration process and can have negative repercussions.  However, the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs offers treatment plans to support veterans as they recover from substance use disorders.

Addiction/Veterans Information Website









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