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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 16
If a doctor or a friend says you're certainly don't look like you're in pain, what is the answer to the question? How should I look?
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Secretary Alex Azar Jul 15
As part of the Trump Administration's work to combat the crisis, today is proposing to cover for chronic low back pain for seniors enrolled in approved studies and clinical trials:
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 15
The majority of "doctor shoppers" (60%) are under treated pain patients.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 5h
This is truly sad and something I did not know about when friends dump friends simply because they take pain meds. This is awful!
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 9
Time to flood state medical boards w online complaints about being cuttoff using CDC guideline.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 9
People with addiction disease will always find no matter what. If only pain patients had the same ability, unfortunately it's illegal.
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NCMEDR 17h
Number of pills distributed per person, per year (2006-2012 Source:
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ninjabatman2020 Jul 17
makers dumped 76 billion pills onto U.S. market over 7 critical years, data shows (Marketwatch) <How many pills is that for every American?>
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 13
Tweeting with my Twitter followers, I can personally attest to the horrors the opioid pain refugees are undergoing trying to find Tx.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 12
The VA's mistreatment of pain "is giving vets a second chance to die for their country" - a Marine.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 15
Docs rely on patient report for cancer pain level which is believed but chronic pain is disbelieved. Whats behind this?
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Sait Ashina Jul 15
Analgesics in : What Are the Alternatives?
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Marilyn M 🇺🇸 Jul 12
FDA ruled in 2013 (google FDA 2012-P-0818) no diff bw cancer & noncancer pain DISCRIMINATION!
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 14
Addicts will find opiates. Sadly, less prescription writing & supply reduction by DEA/police, create more deaths.
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SHM Advocacy Jul 15
Thank you and for taking action to combat the crisis!
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Ingentium 6h
Federal data shows shipments ballooned as crisis grew
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 16
Most devastating medical event in my 40 years is CDC/PROP fabrication of 90mg maximum dose 4 opiates after FDA rejected 2013.
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Ingentium 6h
76 billion pills: Newly released federal data unmasks the epidemic
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Secretary Alex Azar 17h
America's united efforts to combat the crisis are working: Today, 's National Center for Health Statistics released data that showed a 5.1 percent decline in provisional counts of overdose deaths in the U.S. between 2017 and 2018.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 12
The war on drugs cost has hit 1000 billion dollars - all fought over natural pain relievers.
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