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War on Opioid Abuse Is Striking the Wrong Target

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Prescription drugs help people in pain. They aren’t to blame for the rise in opioid deaths.

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File an Ethics Complaint – I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!

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I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore!

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Gillibrand Joins One-Size-Fits-All Ranks

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Gillibrand Joins One-Size-Fits-All Ranks

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Physician Leaders Raise Alarm on Oregon Forced Opioid Tapering Proposal

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Share the News2  5     7SharesRational prescribers speak up and take action in Oregon, as the anti-opiate zealots continue their irrational and ideological attacks on chronic pain patients….

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Ohio Drug Overdose Data Good News for Chronic Pain Patients

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Share the News408  6     414SharesBy R Carter I’ve monitored Ohio’s efforts to collect drug overdose data since 2015 and until now, it’s been discouraging, showing overall rising…

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You Too Can Contribute to Research on Chronic Pain

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What is believed to be the largest-ever patient survey on chronic pain is being kept open. Over 3,000 chronic pain patients and loved ones have filled it out in the last year.

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Legal Precedents Supporting Treatment for Chronic Pain

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Share the News38  16     54SharesBy Dr. Salman This paper is a list of legal precedents supporting a chronic pain patient’s rights to effectual and life improving medical…

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Don’t Punish Pain

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Share the News         https://dontpunishpainrally.com/ If you live in the Columbus Ohio area and wish to participate in these rallies, or connect with others, please follow the…

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Exploiting Opiate Overdose Deaths for Profit

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The American Physical Therapy Association demonstrates one of the worst examples of exploitation of a controversy for profit that I’ve seen

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Researcher Publishes on the Long Term Benefits of Opiates in Chronic Pain.

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It’s noteworthy to point out that in reviewing the 66 references cited in this publication, more than 55 of them were published prior to 2015. Meaning the same research was available to the CDC before they published their 2016 Guidelines for Chronic Pain.

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