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2020 Conference Announcement - (2019) Volume 4, Issue 3

ADDICTION THERAPY MEET 2020 scheduled during November 23-24, 2020 Bali, Indonesia

Scott H silver mann

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Addiction therapy is the branch of Science with the study of Toxic substances. It is a health-related profession that links medical sciences with chemical sciences and aims to ensure the secure and productive use of pharmaceutical drugs. Pharmacists are the specialist on the drug therapy and are the primary health professionals who enhance the use of medication for the benefit of the patients. Pharmaceutical Sciences is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field that aims to integrate basic principles of Inorganic and organic chemistry, engineering, biochemistry, and biology to understand the optimized drug delivery to the body and translate this integrated understanding into advanced and innovative therapies against human diseases and disorders.

A mixture of addiction therapies are often combined to best suit each individual. Effective treatment will not only treat the symptoms of substance abuse, but also the underlying cause of the disease. The treatment must be allowed to take place for a sufficient amount of time, and must also adapt to the changing situation of each individual as they recover. Addiction therapy extends to the aftercare and support of each patient as their body and mind become accustomed to life without drugs or alcohol. An effective program will quickly address relapses and continued cravings.

Medication has been used to treat alcohol addiction. Naltrexone is most common drug treatment involved in alcohol addiction therapies. It blocks the receptors in the brain that have become accustomed to being stimulated by excessive alcohol use. The results of using medication for the treatment of alcohol addiction is more varied than for drug addiction, and depend on the genetic factors of each individual.

ADDICTION THERAPY MEET 2020 is an event that aims to explore the Innovative approaches for build a strong belief that all other health and medical sciences can provide the healthy circumstances by the interbonding with the Pharmaceutical studies and sciences scheduled to be held on November 23-24, 2020 Bali, Indonesia. The meet is expected to provide great scope for interaction of professionals working in the field of Mechanics around the globe, on a single platform.

Dr. Yavuz Selim Silay from University of Ankara, Turkey to present a session on “The Critical Importance of New Generation Government Engagement Navigating Government Healthcare Reforms and their impact in USA, Europe, Turkey & Emerging Markets” and Dr. Zareen Delawar Hussain from Managing Director of Novo Invicta Health Care Limited, Bangladesh to present a session on “Bangladesh’s burgeoning pharmaceutical sector: A potential hub for global Contract Manufacturing Operations”.

ADDICTION THERAPY Conference is glad to schedule 4th International Conference on Addiction Therapy which is scheduled during November 23-24, 2020 Bali, Indonesia.

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Addiction Therapy 2020 intends to unite researchers, specialists, and leading academic scientists to trade and offer their encounters and research comes about all parts of unsafe impact of Addiction and Treatment and Therapy. It additionally gives the head interdisciplinary gathering to specialists, experts and instructors to show and talk about the latest advancements, patterns, and concerns, viable difficulties experienced, and the arrangements embraced in the field of dependence treatment and treatment.