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Purablis CBD Jul 12
Medical Marijuana Reduces Opioid Prescriptions, Another Study Finds
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Lynx Healthcare Jul 12
Addictionologist Dr. John Murphy, DO is on NBC discussing the that has swept the nation.
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Ohio AG Mike DeWine Jul 17
In 2012, I created my office's Heroin Unit to help communities develop plans to battle the and assist those who are struggling to overcome addiction. Learn more about our team here:
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Andrew Goldstein 13h
Harvard Sackler Purdue Pharma THREAD Yesterday I was able to participate in an amazing action at Harvard protesting the role of the Sackler family in worsening our current opiate epidemic. I'd love to tell you all about it. 1/
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Katamac 🌈☁️🌞 Jul 19
Question: Will Appriss (NarxCare) be tracking every person who’s prescribed ? Even if it’s 1 script for 3days of meds? If so, does it mean law enforcement will have access to every pt who fills an script? Thanks.
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ITS JUST ME Jul 15
Suboxone, methadone, CBD, THC, Kratnom all substitutes for pain medication with no real studies to back up the claims. We know morphine, oxycodone and others work. Why mess with medicine that works? It makes no sense to me. you are killing us!
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Ben Carson Jul 17
In Cleveland, we’re talking about the link between the and . I’m honored to serve on ’s inter-agency task force dedicated to addressing the . Last year, about 25% of those treated at HUD-funded CoC had substance abuse challenges.
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BCBSA Tweets Jul 20
Our recent report shows prescriptions filled by BCBS members dropped.
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BCBSA Tweets Jul 14
While we are motivated by signs of progress in curbing America’s , we remain vigilant in our efforts to support the millions of people affected by it. Thank you for covering our Health of America report.
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CJillian0709💋 Jul 17
Replying to @politico
Um, no. The is an ACTUAL CRISIS.
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The Hummingbird Jul 13
I am so tired of hearing about how this drug is “more addictive” or this new brand new drug is a “non-addictive formula”. There is no such thing! Addiction is genetic! It’s the individual patient, not the drug! How hard is that to remember?!
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SoccerMomRN Jul 18
Replying to @NBCNews
This isn’t an . This is an illicit fentanyl and illegal street drug epidemic. People with legitimate chronic illnesses aren’t using cocaine mixed with illicit fentanyl; they’re taking their pain meds as prescribed for LEGITIMATE PAIN RELIEF. Shocking I know.
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Lisa Johnson Sawyer 13h
Replying to @BlueCrossNC
I think your responses are quite clear. Let's make it clearer. Your company has to take more responsibility on this crisis. MORE. THE DOESNT just start with the drs, or the the patients...it ends with you agreeing to pay for the meds. There are more than-
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 12
The CDC announcement of the "" has no characteristics of an epidemic, low numbers, not affecting the whole population.
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Morgan & Morgan Jul 18
The has taken the lives of 350k Americans, including such celebrities as Prince & Tom Petty. These -driven deaths haven't done much to awaken the US to the scope of . Is the stigma associated with too strong?
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Pain News Network Jul 14
Studies show fewer people being diagnosed with or being treated for abuse. So why are the feds still going after pain meds?
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Crossroads Treatment Jul 17
Take the first step. Call (800) 833-5815 or Text (678) 333-1546 for information about our treatment program.
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Temple Health Jul 17
Thank you, , for joining us today to announce a the $1 million grant Temple will receive to help combat the opioid epidemic.
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Pain News Network Jul 17
Guest columnist Debbie Duke is worried she may no longer be able to care for a grandchild because her meds have been cut in half.
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Doug Ducey Jul 17
Law enforcement is critical in the fight against the . This past year: ✔️Nearly 1,000 officers trained to recognize and treat an overdose ✔️6,000 naloxone kits provided to law enforcement agencies
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