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Could drug rehab have saved the King of Pop

On June 25, 2009 Michael Jackson died. For years Jackson dazzled the world with his musical talent but, some where along the way tragedy found its way into the pop stars life. Jackson was diagnosed with Lupus and Vitiligo and later was accused of molesting children.  All of theses things combined, with the pressure of being the worlds most known pop singer and trying to uphold a good public standing surely was not good for Jackson’s already stressed health. The world may never know the real story behind the death of the legendary pop singer. Some say that Jackson overdosed on prescription drugs that he used for dancing related injuries. If this is true could drug rehab have saved the star? Narconon’s premier facility Narconon Arrowhead located in Oklahoma say’s yes. If Jackson died of a prescription drug overdose he could have been saved, if he would have gotten help through rehabilitation.

Through the years many of our great icons have passed away due to drug and alcohol addiction. Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, Keith Ledger, Anna Nicole Smith were only a few of the many who are now gone forever because they never received the help they needed. Now as the death of Michael Jackson is fresh in our minds can we say that we did everything we could to help him. If Jackson’s death does turn out to be drug related who will be held responsible for allowing the star to take the drugs in the first place. America doctors are more than happy these days to prescribe something for the pain and in cases  where the individual is a high profile person it seems even easier for them to be able to get as much prescription medication as they can buy.

Only time will tell the real story of how Michael Jackson really passed away but, let’s hope that it was not drug related. This great man lived a life full of success, tragedy, scandal, heartache, and most of all love. Through all the trials and tribulations MJ faced through out his 50 years of life he stood tall and held his ground no matter who or what he was up against. For years to come people will remember Michael Jackson and his music. The thrills he gave us as he glided across the stage singing his heart out and entertaining the masses. We can only hope that Jackson’s death was not due to drug overdose but, if it was we can all learn a lesson from it.

If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse and are searching for drug rehab in San Francisco, call Narconon Arrowhead today. Narconon Arrowhead is one of the world's largest and most effective inpatient drug rehabilitation and education programs with a success rate of over 70% of those who graduate. Narconon Arrowhead offers free addiction counseling, free assessments, and referrals to the residents in San Francisco. To locate a San Francisco inpatient alcohol rehab or find out information about alcohol/drug abuse prevention contact Narconon by calling 1-800-468-6933 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.