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Thu Oct 26, 2017, 12:56 AM

Sackler family and opioids Christopher Glazek


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Thu Oct 26, 2017, 01:07 AM

1. NPR interview

More on the opioid crisis. Driven by advertisement, fooling physicians and long debunked study concluding Ocycontin not addictive.

Curious what others think. I sort of lean towards allowing people with chronic pain to have access to opioids. I know several people who would not be able to tolerate day-to-day pain without opioids. If their doctors pull back from prescribing pain killers, they have few if any options. A kidney doctor once told me that Tylenol is the greatest cause of liver damage and Alleve the greatest cause of kidney damage. If you do not live in a state where marijuana is legal, what are your options?

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