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Lynn Webster, MD Jul 6
Pleased to see that the recognizes the harm patients are experiencing from rapid tapering. via
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 15h
The majority of "doctor shoppers" (60%) are under treated 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 6
When surgeon says no pain meds post op say then cancel the surgery i will wait until your ethics to return.
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SHM Advocacy 16h
Thank you and for taking action to combat the crisis!
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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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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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🤘🏻☠💥SteeLtoeDocS💥☠🤘🏻 Jul 9
Oh look... Another anti article by very own PROPagandist, German "Suffer in Pain" Lopez. Looks like he uses only Kolodny Kult info, as usual. Gross.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 3h
Docs rely on patient report for cancer pain level which is believed but chronic pain is disbelieved. Whats behind this?
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Princess, The Tower 6h
“Almost the entirety of the public narrative that shapes federal and state policy is wrong… There’s no cause and effect between prescribing rates and overdose deaths…the DEA is destroying tens of thousands of ’s lives for no good reason.”
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Dylan Smith Jul 13
Hey Twitter: If I found a discarded insulin applicator on my drive-way, is it a safe bet to assume it was used for a heroin injection? How should it be handled & disposed?
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The Hummingbird 7h
1)Just found out at school, which I am able to attend thanks to therapy, that there are courts in the US specifically for scientific issues where the scientific method must be firmly adhered to which really begs the question why the opioid issue isn’t there instead of in
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Sait Ashina 10h
Analgesics in : What Are the Alternatives?
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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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🤘🏻☠💥SteeLtoeDocS💥☠🤘🏻 Jul 12
Gee. And not an in sight. If ppl don't stop focusing on legal pain medication & start concerning themselves with illicit drugs, the bodies will really start piling up. Teen violin prodigy is latest casualty of 'Calvin Klein' drug craze via
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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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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 13
It is still legal in United States for doctors to prescribe full doses of any FDA approved pain medicine.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Jul 8
With doctors give before and after levels of functioning. Give examples "before my medicine I could not...then better.. now.
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Dr Martha Hall DAOM 10h
The drug addiction that is plaguing the United States started from seeking ways to treat pain. Some suggestions have been made to reduce pain without heavy medication. is key to the solution and needs to be a part of the conversation.
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