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Docs Not Solely Responsible for Patients' Opioid Abuse, But Prescription Pads Do Play a Role, Says Researcher
Docs Not Solely Responsible for Patients' Opioid Abuse, But Prescription Pads Do Play a Role, Says Researcher

Are America's physicians responsible for the soaring rate of opioid abuse and overdose deaths across the country? "Not exclusively," says Dr. F. Perry Wilson. "But we can't deny that somewhere in the chain of events that leads to opioid abuse lies a prescription pad." ...

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