Discover the remarkable journey of Neil Jackson, a visionary who not only battled cancer but also found himself ensnared in the grip of fentanyl addiction.
Through years of struggle and resilience, Neil unearthed FENBLOCK, an alternative method offering hope and liberation to those controlled by their fentanyl addiction.
Hear the untold story behind FENBLOCK and illuminate a path of healing and redemption in the face of adversity.
Neil Brereton Jackson joins the American Sunrise Show to share his heartfelt story as a cancer survivor and how he developed FenBlock to end his opioid dependency.
Please skip forward to 60 minutes into the video to watch the interview.
Neil Brereton Jackson joins Mari and Brian on The Morningline Show on WLNI 105.9 FM in Lynchburg, Virginia to talk about what led him to wanting to make a difference in the Fentanyl fight locally and in the country, creating Fenblock and how it works, and more.
The off-ramp from long-term prescription opioid use for pain management is a grueling process - especially when patients are not provided with the proper instructions to do so. But when pharmaceuticals like fentanyl come in patches at set dosage increments, how do you lower the dose at a rate steady enough to ensure success?
Today's guest, Neil Jackson, Inventor and Patent Holder of FenBlock, has a possible solution - one that helped him finally get clean for good.
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In 2011, Forest resident and former auditor Neil Jackson was diagnosed with chondrosarcoma — a type of cancer that affects the bones and joints. It is a rare cancer that accounts for about 20% of bone tumors. After undergoing life-threatening surgery and surviving, Jackson, now 73, was in insurmountable pain. He was prescribed morphine and codeine-based drugs including Oxycontin, oxycodone and hydromorphone. “And then I had 100 micrograms of fentanyl transdermal going through my chest every hour,” he said..
FOREST, Va. (WSET) — A Forest man is on a mission to set people free from opioid addiction.
He created a device that allows patients to taper off of their fentanyl medication at their own pace.
73-year-old Neil Jackson lives right here in Forest, but he believes his invention will save millions.
"The mission is to save a life," Jackson said...
FenBlock™, incorporating cutting-edge technology, is being developed as an approach for managing fentanyl patch dependency. Designed to provide a controlled way to taper use, FenBlock™ aims to serve as an intermediary in the medication process. As we seek FDA approval, we're working to inform healthcare professionals about FenBlock™. In anticipation of its potential availability, we encourage open discussions with doctors about this emerging option and are ready to support with necessary information, once it's approved for use.
As we approach the review phase for FenBlock™, a new approach to managing fentanyl dependency is on the horizon. This product, still pending FDA approval, could offer a promising option in opioid management. Stay tuned for updates on its availability.
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