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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Dec 10
To leave a person suffering in pain when there is available treatment, whether or not it frightens ignorant uniformed people, is so morally reprehensible it is difficult to speak of it
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Elizabeth Llorente Dec 12
A companion article to Part III of my series: Tough new opioid policies leave some cancer and post-surgery patients without painkillers
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Princess, The Tower Dec 8
“Imagine having a successful career and happy life then you become , not able to work…to function or do the things you used to. All taken in the blink of an eye… You grieve every day for the person you once were.”
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Gurinder 🇪🇺♿🏳️‍🌈🌌#IDWP 26m
Good morning world. Hope u all slept well & have a gr8 day. As u go thru ur day can I please ask u 2 send ur thoughts, vibes & prayers 4 anyone struggling. If u r the last pics 4 u. Hugs all round💜💛
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Nuffield Foundation Dec 14
NEW: Applications open for £12.5m funding opportunity for research into musculoskeletal conditions. Deadline for outline applications: 28 January 2019 Find out more and apply:
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LightUpTheLandmarks 15h
These from include great ideas for ALL . We encourage warriors to make a as they travel for the holidays. Comment with tips on how to travel with pain!
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Tambi 🍕🐼 23h
Whenever i see someone anti opioid like Eric Bolling or Andrew Kolodny post about pain meds, i see overwhelmingly, ppl in the comments pleading for them to listen to pain patient experiences. And not once do they ever acknowledge it. Our experiences matter
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Sean Mackey, MD, PhD 10h
Early physical therapy for musculoskeletal pain associated with lower amount of long-term opioid use. Well done Dr. Eric Sun!
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Nadine ᴎаllаↃ Dec 14
Having a really bad pain day my friends. Please send cute fluffy vids or gifs to help distract me.
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Princess, The Tower 15h
“When a person is first diagnosed or initially experiencing symptoms, those around them rally their support and assistance. As time passes, so does support. The irony of this is with time conditions and symptoms often worsen.”
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Steff 17h
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Meek But Mighty Dec 15
Anyone else with or been told lately that it’s their fault God hasn’t healed them yet?
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Ros Dec 16
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Emily's Opinion Spot 8h
Trying to find a spot that doesn’t hurt is harder than it should be.
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🛑chronic pain advocate🛑 18h
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Annette Croy Dec 10
Health is a human right UNLESS you are a pt. In USA, then you have NO RIGHTS!! NO RELIEF FOR YOU...JUST SUFFER AND DIE!!
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Joseph Falzone, M.D. Dec 16
- So I'm the nutcase who has done.microscopic and clinical work in my own Pain Clinic. I'm also the doc who came to these threads yelling about how different CPP & ICPP are from: abusers,addicts and those they labeled having a 'disorder.' We are NONE of those.things.
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Laylee 💥 Dec 15
Been away a while having a few struggles but am back. The depths of the downs caused by are unfathomable & everyone being all falalalala around me (you know what I mean don't you)
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🛑chronic pain advocate🛑 17h
This is for anyone thst doesn't agree with my coping skills. No one size fits all. Sharing not for continuing drama, for the picture!!
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kitchenMage 11h
Replying to @CDCDirector
Why do you want people in to suffer?
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