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Rob Portman 2h
My bipartisan report shows that the 600% increase in price by a drug company on an overdose reversal drug has cost federal health programs more than $142 million since 2014. It's unacceptable. More from
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Rob Portman 15m
The fact that one drug company dramatically raised the price of its naloxone drug and cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars in increased drug costs, all during a national , is simply outrageous. My bipartisan report:
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Nov 19
How did drug testing and pill counting reserved for addiction clinics get transferred over to non addiction pm clinics?
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AG Jeff Landry 9m
Thousands of citizens are affected by the each year. Learn more about what we are doing to combat this issue and how you can help at
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Nov 9
Can 23 million Americans be wrong? They have been taking pain medicine for years and it doesn't work?
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Courtney Cates 2m
Yep it’s 11:30 & I’m having wine already because doctors in Raleigh are scared to give pain meds to patients, even when they have multiple different issues & 2 types of arthritis 🙄I’m so sick of this FAKE
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ONDCP Nov 14
. is looking forward to attending today’s discussion on the role of technology in the at . You can follow this discussion live on and at 4EST.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Nov 9
PROP/CDC argument Cancer pain is different than non cancer shot down by FDA scientists after careful review FDA-2012-P-0818.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Nov 17
We are witnessing an epidemic of ignorance & prejudice punishing & inflicting pain on innocent patients simply because they take opiates.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Nov 17
This no-opioid crisis is becoming so sick that people are denied pain control when they're dying -- to prevent addiction.
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CHESS Health 31m
A new bill targeting addiction was signed into law and is designed to combat the by hastening research into nonaddictive painkillers and curbing the flow of illegal fentanyl entering the country.
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ODPRN 2h
NEW update to the Ontario Prescription Opioid Tool! Includes 2 new indicators and updated data for all other indicators from January-March 2018, as well as a modified layout
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Nov 16
When talking to MDs about trying a new medicine always use the word "trial". Can we try this on a trial basis. Which is true.
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Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 2h
The special series highlighting therapeutic avenues to fight , continues in : "Utilizing Buprenorphine in the Emergency Department after Overdose" by Moeller and colleagues
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Behavioral Health Association of Providers 3h
Do you know anyone trapped in a crisis of pain management or addiction? 's Harry Nelson has a new book that delivers predictions that threaten to become promises about the , along with a roadmap for strategies for the way out.
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Dr. Emily Jane O'Dell Nov 7
Replying to @chrislhayes
Now I am curious to find out what else Yale Hospital & the local government are lying to the public about when it comes to issues--was terrifying to uncover this information today in my investigative reporting...
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SoccerMomRN Nov 20
Gonna get this made into a bumper sticker.
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Dianna De La Garza 1h
I can’t WAIT FOR THIS!! Thank you, for inviting me!!! 💖💖💖
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Marshall Kirkpatrick Nov 19
An analysis of 1500 people & orgs related to the on Twitter puts at the center of the graph, the expert on the topic most-followed by his peers.
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Stodzy Marketing Nov 14
Online Pharmacies Are Being Shut Down by The . | Great article posted by our client on the importance of these online pharmacies being shut down and how they are fueling the . |
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