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The war on opiates and how it affects chronic pain patients

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  • "Although I haven't heard anything about it on the news in a few months so that's good."


    MrNyle, one of my local t.v. stations posts "opioid overdoses" EVERY DAY from the previous day...never any more clarification that that

    ...about to need a tranquilizer before watching the nightly news around here


  • I thought i was the only one needing a sedative before watching_(rarely) the news

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  • I cannot even watch the "NEWS" anymore. It's 100% conjecture with a healthy dose of personal opinion based on little to no facts. Sad to say, the best place to get news regarding America is British News Outlets.


    Several Epidurals, L4-S1 360 ALIF, Numerous Facet Joint Injections, RFA x2
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