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Chronic Pain Sep 20
Do I have any options? Please anyone in the chronic pain community I am not doing well at all with this “aggressive taper” I am about to just give up but I can’t I have kids who depend on me. I don’t know how much longer I can work or function. is killing me
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Adrian Goldberg Sep 20
How easy is it to become addicted to painkillers? Just have a listen to an academic and scientist who has gone cold turkey after being hooked for 22 years
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AG Josh Shapiro Sep 16
This bankruptcy filing is another attempt by the Sacklers to run away from responsibility & avoid paying for the they engineered. This family has moved all of the value out of Purdue Pharma and into their own pockets.
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Chronic Pain Sep 18
I wish I could work a normal job. I wish I could have friends. I don’t have any bc some days I just can’t leave the house. I have good days but usually pay for them many days after being active. is killing me. My doc can’t do his job. QOL =😔
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Pain News Network Sep 18
Guest columnist Katie Burge says are so fearful about prescribing they just don't seem to care about anymore.
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Daniel Carcillo Sep 16
70,000 deaths a year from the synthetic heroin they produced, making addicts out of mothers, grandparents, veterans, first responders and athletes The Sacklers need jail time and to have their names removed from museums
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Katie #Yang2020 Sep 19
I couldn’t agree more. Opioid addiction is an illness, these people aren’t criminals. The dealers are criminals, and by dealers I blame the pharmaceutical industry.
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Elisabeth Darcy née Bennet 14h
Purdue Pharma wants to pay “certain employees” $34 million in bonuses - The Washington Post
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James L. Baker Sep 20
Addiction Training for Residents . This letter was accepted for publication to the Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, and I signed in support! We all need to recognize addiction and be prepared to provide treatment.
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Jillian Marie Sep 18
Why isn't the public more outraged DEA not only _knew,_ abt bt _sanctioned_ the no. of pills the awful, terrible distributors produced & pumped into the U.S. ea. yr? DEA was *terrified* to let that info out. Now it's out - & no one is pissed?
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Gillian Clark Sep 18
Suckler family—your money laundering will be revealed.
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PQA Sep 20
The has major infectious disease consequences. Increased and infection rates are tied to injection drug use. Presentation by at the public meeting on the agency's action plan.
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Ky Chamber Workforce Sep 16
In 2017, when drug overdose deaths in the Commonwealth ranked fourth highest among the 50 states, 1,565 Kentuckians died from a drug overdose. The vast majority of these deaths resulted from opioid overdoses.
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US Attorney Shores 21h
I am honored to continue to serve on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee. Attorney General Barr is a dynamic leader with an unshakeable devotion to justice and the rule of law.
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Caffine And Sobriety Sep 20
Just for today: I welcome change. With the help of my Higher Power, I will find the courage to change the things I can.
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Stuuribe 21h
....and this art made possible by all the heroin addicts around the world. Thanks!
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MD Connect 45m
The estimates that 91 Americans die each day from . Here’s how medical researchers are working to address the :
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👬CYC👭 1h
If you take opioids know the facts. Use them safely.
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RogerDis 4h
Replying to @DanBoon63784314
Prohibition does not work. 130 Countries are NOT experiencing an SIMULTANEOUSLY. However, they do trade FAILED & NEVER intended for use in the human body.
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RogerDis 15h
Replying to @DanLairdMD @hrw
Leave it psychotic psychiatrists to UNLEASH irreparable head games onto legitimate disabled citizens.
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