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Study finds that very few long-term opioid use start with surgery

According to a research letter published by the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), surgery rarely results in long term opioid use. The study suggests that most long-term opioid use start from a first prescription for back pain or for other non-surgery related pain. You can read more on the story at LA Times by clicking here.

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