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Drug Detox Q&A: Opioid Pain Killers Actually Cause Pain, Say Researchers
Drug Detox Q&A: Opioid Pain Killers Actually Cause Pain, Say Researchers

Although it is widely accepted that taking opioid pain killers over extended periods of time can lead to "tolerance" - needing more opioids to get the same pain relief - there is a wealth of recent scientific evidence that opioid pain killers like OxyContin actually cause ...

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