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𝐀𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐜 ⭐️🌟 Sep 13
Someone says, β€œMy meds work well” I’d never say, β€œStop them! It’s poison! Your Physician & Big Pharma are wrong!” Tens of Millions of pts find work, but are told they should stop their meds by busybodies. It’s rude. It’s ignorant. It’s none of your business.
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WarOnPainPatientsπŸ¦‹ Sep 7
60 minutes will do a segment on us, the forgotten victims of the opioid crisis, if they get 500 letters or emails. Please, send them your story. Thank youπŸ’•
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𝐀𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐜 ⭐️🌟 Sep 6
Researchers find alarming risk for people coming off ! The ⁦⁩ LIED! They’ve even admitted it! Yet, the guidelines remain, ODs/deaths from illegal drugs cont to soar & legitimate pts cont to suffer-being ABANDONED by MDs.
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LM -pressed refresh on my lifeπŸ›‘πŸŽ­πŸ¦πŸŒͺ️🚷🦻🏻 Sep 14
1) The last couple weeks have been truly discouraging. Lawsuits, settlements, expert witnesses that aren't, zealots doing the usual CPPs deserve to die shit, & now I see actual CPPs saying are highly addictive, Drs knew it & are to blame both for addiction &
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Jillian Marie Sep 11
A Human Rights Watch report accuses TENNESSEE of regulating to the point of depriving patients in . Along w/WASHINGTON State, the report focuses on TN bc of its new prescribing regulations, considered some of the strictest in the U.S.
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DEA HQ Sep 11
: releases proposed quotas for 5 Rx for 2020: ↓ 31%; ↓ 19%; ↓ 25%, ↓ 9%; ↓ 55% - a 53% decrease in production of these opioids since 2016. More:
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LM -pressed refresh on my lifeπŸ›‘πŸŽ­πŸ¦πŸŒͺ️🚷🦻🏻 Sep 14
Let me say this 1 last time. will not when taken as directed & monitored by a physician. <2(1?)% of longterm opioid PM users addict. There are many factors that go into . Blaming solely the medication is dangerous & naive.
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LM -pressed refresh on my lifeπŸ›‘πŸŽ­πŸ¦πŸŒͺ️🚷🦻🏻 Sep 14
Attorneys want judge Dan Polster dismissed bc of his aggressive push to settlement
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Julie Shawβš„ Sep 11
Can we stop saying "unintended consequences" when referring to chronic pain patients who have become a casualty of this war on opioids? They knew. They had an agenda. It was very intentional.
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Sir_Templar Sep 14
When it comes to the Central Nervous System and Spinal disorders DDD or Spondylosis or Pars Defect which I have all. I would like EVERYONE in Gov't pushing these laws EXPERIENCE IT. Yes, I Curse the BASTARDS..just as I have been cursed.
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𝐀𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐜 ⭐️🌟 18h
pts are upset because they’ve been involuntarily tapered/cut-off. No addict gives a shit that from MDs has dried up. They get stronger, cheaper illegal drugs-more easily on the street. No addict will deal w/ UAs, pill counts pain contracts, insurance etc.
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Harlots Ghost Sep 14
Why is only big pharma under scrutiny? Why are Managed Care companies and PBMs not pursued by state AGs - they track all filled prescriptions. They knew the volume of opioids prescribed. They put quantity limit access on drugs to we take - but get free pass on opioids.
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𝐀𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐜 ⭐️🌟 Sep 10
You know what REALLY pisses me off about these PROPaganda β€œeducational” videos? The absolute power one person, often a stranger, can have over us! An MD like Lembke could ruin your life. We’re adults-let us decide our pain treatment.
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Arianne Grand Sep 10
Wonder how many people, now left in agony after being denied needed pain medicine, go on to die by suicide but are labeled as 'mentally ill'. Depressed, etc... πŸ€”πŸ˜ͺ Truth is, their deaths were completely avoidable as treat pain VERY effectively, even long term.
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Mark D. Sullivan, MD, PhD Sep 13
Can contribute to depression in chronic pain? Our 2018 review published in discusses this possibility.
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Jill Piggott Sep 8
We don't help people suffering from by making other people suffer from untreated . Studies show the rate of addiction to Rx is about 1%, & screening can help lower that further.
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Eastside Medical Sep 13
How Can Help With Addiction
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Sir_Templar 21h
Again from the WashPO and DEA-"Three companies manufactured 88% of the opioids: SpecGx, a subsidiary of Mallinckrodt; Β­Actavis Pharma; and Par Pharmaceutical, a subsidiary of Endo Pharmaceuticals." Perdue is not mentioned. This is rigged.
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Sir_Templar 2h
- Can't help but wonder if this is a leverage 'TAKEOVER' based on current patents belonging to PURDUE such as this one in relation to pain management:
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Aine 🐝🐞🌻🌳 5h
What's AWARE and all the other charities doing about drug dependence? Or is there a conflict if interest due to πŸ’ŠπŸ’° ? Short important clip from Sky News πŸ‘‡
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