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The late Nico Adriaans.
Human being, harm reduction worker and activist.
Nico had a way with words.
"People expect I will introduce
as a heroin addict. Would you introduce
yourself and say, Hello I'm a coffee drinker?"
Rise and Fall of Addiction
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Ibogaine - Special Session
Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel -- New Orleans, LA
Saturday, November 13, 2004 | 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Ibogaine: Life in the Psychedelic Ghetto
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Patrtick K Kroupa -- Chairman of the Bored, MindVox, Inc.
New Directions for Ibogaine Research
Deborah C. Mash, Ph.D. -- Professor of Neurology and Molecular and
Cellular Pharmacology, University of Miami School of Medicine.
A Clinician's View of Ibogaine Detoxification
Jeffrey D. Kamlet, M.D. -- Board Certified Addictionologist. President
Elect, Florida Society of Addiction Medicine (FSAM).
Ibogaine: To Have or Have Not.
A review of the historical, legal and ethical implications
of returning control of ibogaine to drug users.
Howard S. Lotsof -- President, Dora Weiner Foundation
Ibogaine: the Case of a DEA Agent in Times of Voodoo
Peter Cohen, Ph.D. -- Director of the Centre for Drug Research at the
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Universiteit van Amsterdam.
Ibogaine and Harm Reduction for Non-injection Drug Users
Dana Beal -- Cures Not Wars
Ibogaine Treatment in Urban Settings
Dmitri Mugianis -- Human Being, Planet Earth
Outcome Study of Ibogaine Therapy
Valerie Mojeiko -- Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
18-Methoxycoronaridine, a Literature Review
Jonathan Freedlander, BS -- Towson University
Ibogaine - Rite of Passage
The Fifth National Harm Reduction Conference in New Orleans,
will be showing the American premiere of Ben De Loenen's documentary film.
Time and room to be announced. See: Ibogaine: Rite of Passage
Ibogaine Roundtable Conference Brochure now available
Visit the Mindvox web site for photographs and speaker www links
Donations in Support
A message from the Dora Weiner Foundation
The Dora Weiner Foundation (DWF) will be participating in the Ibogaine Special Session at the 5th National Harm Reduction Coalition
conferrence. DWF is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation established in 1983. The activities of the Foundation are exclusively
charitable, educational and scientific with the intent to encourage and promote public knowledge of
research in the study of chemical dependence and substance-related disorders and to advocate for the
rights of patients being treated for dependence to drugs. All donations to support the Foundation's work are
A budget of $7,200.00 is required to cover all conference expenses including the cost of producing
a conference brochure. (Donors will receive a copy of the brochure prepared by DWF for this conference.) Checks or money orders should
be written to the Dora Weiner Founation and addressed to:
Dora Weiner Foundation
46 Oxford Place
Staten Island, NY 10301
Donations from countries other than the United States should be in checks
or money orders drawn on US banks in US dollars. Wire transfers can be accepted. For further information
contact the Dora Weiner Foundation or visit
DWF's web page. Thank you for your support. We anticipate the
conference presentations will result in saved lives. This solicitation is made solely on behalf of the Dora Weiner Foundation and
not in affiliation with the Harm Reduction Coalition or any other
5th National Harm Reduction conference web page
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