Is it right to profit from addiction? No!

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Photos

AAC takes on corporate giants

AAC takes on corporate giants

It doesn’t matter what they say or how much money they have.

Companies that profit from people who cannot control themselves must assist their consumers with adequate prevention programs as well as addiction treatment.

We have afforded companies the legal identities of individuals in the market place. But corporate individuals somehow exclude themselves from the responsibility that comes from being an individual and interacting with other individuals.

Responsible individuals ensure that they do not cause harm to others. If an individual causes harm to another individual either consciously or unconsciously, they are responsible for addressing the harm that they have caused and are accountable under the law to restore the damage that they have caused.

Warren Whitfield

Warren Whitfield is the founder and CEO of the Addiction Action Campaign. He is also the author of “Addict Nation – The epidemic of addiction in South Africa today”. He founded NADA S.A. and has his own auriculotherapy practice in Northcliff, Johannesburg. He envisioned the concept of addiction harm reduction in South Africa and birthed the Addiction Harm Reduction Compliancy Initiative. Besides treating people for many ailments, he also created and owns various other businesses which include, AffiliatePro Marketing, &


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