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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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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 10
Tell your doctor they can treat you under the palliative exception of the CDC guidelines palliate is to relieve w/o curing.
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🎨CAROL📒✏ Jul 13
Let's stop shaming patients for taking opioids for pain. Non pain sufferers need to realize this is doing more harm than good. have a right to have QOL my accessing pain medications. STOP👏 PUNISHING👏 CHRONIC👏 PAIN👏 PATIENTS!
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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 14
Addicts will find opiates. Sadly, less prescription writing & supply reduction by DEA/police, create more deaths.
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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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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 15h
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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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 3h
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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Boone Jul 15
Any candidates looking into data re: ""? Look at breakdown; how IS the crisis? Any investigating why some ppl w r denied vital MEDICATION?
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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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Natosha Monego-Zimardo Jul 15
"U.S. suicide rates are at their highest since World War II, according to federal data—and the opioid crisis, widespread social media use and high rates of stress may be among the myriad contributing factors."
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THA 14h
Tennessee's health department is trying to humanize the .
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CBTS 13h
Teamwork makes the dream work! Our "Live in the Sunlight" campaign held two events to help erase stigma around , Navigating the and Drug-Free Workplace. We also created a helpline for employees to seek help.
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U.S. Surgeon General Jul 9
EVERYONE has a role to play in combating the . View & SHARE my digital postcard to learn what YOU can do to help prevent opioid misuse. For help and additional information, visit: .
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Johns Hopkins CCP Jul 12
After 26 overdoses in just four hours, Huntington, West Virginia turned to big data for help fighting the . The city used a patient-tracking app to nudge first-responders and addiction patients to make changes and prompt conversations.
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Deni Carise 13h
"Today 75% of US employers have been affected by the , but only a startling 17% feel prepared to deal w/ it, according to research by Nat'l Safety Council." This is unacceptable! It's all hands on deck for addressing this national issue!
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NIDAnews 10h
Studies show that women and minorities face greater barriers to accessing addiction services for opioid use disorder. NIDA Director Dr. Nora Volkow on the concerning racial and gender disparities of the :
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JuliAna Z Jul 15
I am sick of all of it! Social media and FL☠️TUS’ naked photos on the Internet which don’t seem to bother anyone when I bring it up. It is a huge disgrace to my country. is a destroying my ability to stop the pain in my life. I am a permanently disabled person
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Energy & Commerce GOP 15h
O&I Subcommittee GOP Leader on the dangers of fentanyl at today’s hearing examining efforts to combat this wave of the .
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