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I spend as much time as a patient needs and available to the addicted patient day or night to help treat the disease. I try to seek answers why does a patient crave for opiod substance (pain pills, heroin, oxycontin methadone etc.) and other addictive substance(alcohol,cigarettes, coccaine, meths etc).? and why do they relapse? I am there for my patient to talk about his/her problems.