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