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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 15
Refusing to treat intractable pain is morally corrupt.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 20
NIH data shows no increase in deaths from prescription drugs (all minus heroin) in six years.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 17
Time to flood state medical boards w online complaints about being cuttoff using CDC guideline.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 18
We know 4 sure addiction is caused by changes in gene structure of Opioid mu receptor in brain= "Chemical Receptor Disease" CRD.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 21
99.9% of Americans will never addict, no genes, so lets hang all the townsfolk to find the one witch.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 21
Addiction is rare, less than 1% dating back to 1920. If we prescribe so many "heroin pills" why is the rate not higher?
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 23
Tell people 2 imagine worst pain ever & how it felt to have it relieved then imagine it comes back but no relief allowed.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 1h
A Society that does not treat people in pain is a society with serious problems.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 17
Once a person is exposed to alcohol and or opiates without going on a magic carpet ride they will never addict 99%.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 18
If we had no opiates the mu receptor addicts would still be with us as "alcoholics" receptor addiction can be for either alcohol OR opiates.
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Stefan Kertesz 11h
Poll: A national expert recently argued to me that it's WRONG to use "public resources" to study suicides after taper. Do you AGREE with that criticism? (video to follow)
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420.CANNiLIVE May 22
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Samer Narouze,MD,PhD May 21
This medicine is to treat withdrawal in addiction to illicit opioids. NOT for patients. Pain patients should NOT suffer withdrawal If opioids need to be discontinued, then slowly to “avoid” withdrawal
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 19
"High potential for abuse" all opiate from lowest codeine to highest suboxone can all trigger receptor "street " addiction.
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Mason Marks, MD, JD May 22
Doctors fear shortage due to well-intentioned efforts to control "Until recently, I took for granted my ability to use this essential medication. Now I worry every day that I won’t be able to provide it to my patients."
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Raw Story May 20
John Oliver calls 'bullsh*t' on scam of unregulated rehab centers who claim cures while sending patients off to die
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Ways and Means May 22
At last week’s markup, Health Subcmte Chairman led legislation to expand services for patients that have been prescribed opioids as part of W&M’s work to help combat the crisis.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD May 18
Read my articles, see my quotes, hear my interviews, watch my videos, view my appearances in the media and see my bio and mission statement.
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cassandracarolina May 23
X-rays could have revealed at the start was lacking a heart When he helped sell Drugs in Hell Tearing thousands of families apart
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NORML May 23
Studies: legalization associated with reduced prescribing trends. Read more here:
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