Imagine what would happen if doctors suddenly began prescribing fixed dosages of insulin for diabetics. If a diabetic died as a result of being under medicated, wouldn’t this be considered malpractice?
Those who suffer chronic pain, call on Congress to open the debate around the treatment of pain and include members from the chronic pain community. Allow us to tell our stories and have a voice, so that equality and balance may be preserved and the spirit of our democracy acknowledged.
Strategies and actions which force cooperation from foreign governments, expose illegal importers, force domestic buyers to seek medical help for addictions, is beneficial to the chronic pain community in furthering our position that restrictions placed on medical prescribers is harmful for all Americans.
This review of the guidelines also underscores the need and reason why, medical research must be peer reviewed by other experts, to ensure government policy is based on rational conclusions which do not adversely impact target populations with inappropriate regulations.
In it’s seventh week and second day of operation, CERGM registered it’s 10,000th visitor. When started, hopes of reaching 10,000 visitors was projected out to June of 2019 so the response from the chronic pain community has exceeded all expectations.
The fact that we cannot arrest our way out of this problem is well recognized by law enforcement.
Frontal lobotomy for the relief of intractable pain remains a treatment option with some doctors
Few journalist and for that matter, Congressman or Senators, will take the time to actually read the details on publications from government agencies
Peter Vaughn Pischke is a journalist and podcast host for TheSiouxEmpire.com. He can usually be found manning the Happy Warrior Podcast: providing commentary on conservative and nerd-culture news and ideas. You can find him on Twitter: @happywarriorp.