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LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – Apr 26, 2011) – Fresh Start Private (OTCBB: CEYY), a leader in the alcohol treatment and rehabilitation industry, announced today that it will be expanding its services by licensing its treatment to licensed medical clinics.
The Company will provide existing licensed medical clinics and their licensed physicians with the training and materials needed to treat alcoholism. In this way, the Company is able to market itself across the United States and expand without the capital and ongoing overhead.
Under the terms of the licensing, doctors across America will have access to the Company’s licensed ground breaking Naltrexone Implant, which helps patients overcome urges to abuse alcohol by blocking the euphoric effects. Fresh Start clients are treated with a slow release dose that lasts for a year, giving the Company a higher success rate in the treatment of alcoholism than other methods.
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