Thanks to the Regional Chamber of Commerce for their support of my professional medical and surgical corporation, Dr. Gina Reghetti, D.O., PC, Inc., located at The 110 Building, 110 Edward Street, NW, Warren, Ohio 44483-1118. Telephone: 330-847-3334, and Web Site: www.drginareghetti.com. I certainly appreciate that the commerce recognized all that I have contributed to society for both my medical-surgical services that I provide, and for all of my effort and expense to provide a better Champion Township environment for the surrounding local residents, and community.
I wish to extend my sincere appreciation and thanks to all the individuals, patients, and businesses that assisted with the establishment of The 110 Building. I am proud to say that over two hundred thirty-two American, local workers were hired to complete the project, and that American products were used. The 110 Building is made in America!
Special thanks to the Veterans, my Dear Poncho, my beautiful parents, the late WWII Army Veteran, Angelo Reghetti, and Danic’a Z. Reghetti for making my life a little easier. Thank you, The 110 Big Brother-Bert, for being you, a courageous warrior, and for backing me every step of the way-you’re my Angel. God, thank you for shielding me from all the evil! Thanks to The 110 Building local residents for their support and help during the construction phase.
Partial list of local businesses and individuals I wish to thank:
Do-It Home Improvement, Carter Lumber Yard, J & J Concrete, Winfield Mechanical Contractors, Leff Electric, Total Tech, Trumbull Cement, King Brothers, EB Masonry, Davey Bayus Masonry, Cortland Asphalt & Excavating, NEA Alarm, WJ Alarm, Dry Wall Barn & its associates, AM Doors, John’s Paint Store, Stienstra Gutters, Jimmy G.-The 110 Building Supervisor, & Anthony-The 110 Building Security Officer.
To my wonderful attorneys: Robert Herman, Pat Duricy, and Philip Zuzolo, I extend my sincere gratitude and appreciation; you’re number one! Thank you Nancy and Bob. Bill, thanks for standing up for justice even when you had to stand alone!
The 110 Building, the corporate home of the private, professional corporation: Dr. Gina Reghetti, D.O., PC, Inc., provides professional medical-surgical care to all individuals of all age groups. Dr. Reghetti treats all diseases. She doesn’t discriminate against anyone that has a disease, even if it means the disease of Opioid Addiction. The 110 Building is the corporate headquarters for medical and environmental research backed by the U.S.A. federal government. The office provides state of the art technology and is eco-friendly. Dr. Gina Reghetti offers a satellite Acute Opioid Detox, Clinic, U.S.A., at The 110 Building also. She has established numerous clinics across the United States in attempt to reach the four million Americans that are inflicted with this deadly disease, if left untreated, called Opioid Addiction. The disease is killing over 18,000 individuals a day. Dr. Reghetti was one of the first doctors in the state to recognize the serious epidemic of Opioid Drug addictions that are destroying our American people, and the American way of life.
I wish to convey to all citizens the need to recognize that many employers and employees are inflicted by America’s deadly opioid addiction epidemic. People cannot pass their drug screens, so jobs are being outsourced, which leads to a further decline of our nation. This disease is not isolated to a certain kind of social-geographical population, as many believe. This disease can affect family members, relatives, friends, neighbors, young and old, rich and poor, presidents, leaders, senators, judges, attorneys, doctors, nurses, principals, teachers, executives, police officers, clergies, plumbers, electricians, iron workers, machinists, and many other professionals, and non-professionals workers. Our American Veterans rank fifty times more likely to fall prey to opioid addictions than the general population, and are one-hundred times less likely to be able to get help from the U.S. Government for their addictions.
The hateful, harmful labels and stigma that attaches to those that have this disease must be dropped. Stop all the discrimination that is targeted against the AMERICAN PEOPLE that are inflicted with ADDICTIONS! It too can happen to you. Humans do not judge one another rather become the good that we wish to see in the world. As the wise saying goes, “teach by example.” Life is too short. The people that suffer from opioid addictions are our American people and we, as a nation must get involved to recognize and rid this deadly disease. The terrorists stated that they don’t need to start a war on our soil because they will destroy America through drugs.
I would like to see all of our state representatives help to get mandated prescription approval coverage for Suboxone or Subutex medications for opioid addictions from insurance companies. There needs to be total elimination of all the red-tape, pre-authorization requirements. This would help individuals that suffer from opioid addictions tremendously.
Pressure needs to be placed on the insurance companies that restrict prescription coverage for medically necessary treatment for patients that are inflicted with opioid addictions especially since the same companies readily authorize, without all the red-tape, approval for extremely addicting controlled opioid narcotic substances such as Oxycontin, Percocets, Morphine, Fentanyl, Vicodin, Lortabs, and so many, more controlled substances. If we want to get our country back and save our people, we must target the gigantic corporations such as the pharmaceutical and insurance companies that make access to dangerously addicting products far too accessible, yet limits treatment options for the disease of opioid addiction.
Opioid Addiction is not a choice! It is a chronic brain disease that has components of metabolic deficiencies that can be corrected with treatment. Treatment involves multi-specialties therapeutic medical-psycho-social-behavioral interventions. Get help people, if you are suffering from Opioid Addiction. Don’t feel embarrassed or hurt if you are inflicted with this disease; it is not your fault. People that suffer from Opioid Addictions will have the disease forever but they will not be addicted. Stand up for your rights and never let society keep you down or single you out! Discrimination is against the law! Thank you VNV M/C for keeping our POW/MIA alive. My tribute to you stands tall and flies freely.
Dr. Gina Reghetti, D.O.
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