Is it right or wrong to substantively deny chronic pain patients medication, most of which have used it without incident, for the possibility of maybe curtailing illicit drug use and overdose deaths?
In summary, evidence on long-term opioid therapy for chronic pain outside of end-of-life care remains limited, with insufficient evidence
Prescription drugs help people in pain. They aren’t to blame for the rise in opioid deaths.
Rational prescribers speak up and take action in Oregon, as the anti-opiate zealots continue their irrational and ideological attacks on chronic pain patients. With the…