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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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  1. I Agree with Californias attempt at Changing the Classifications of marajuanas usage and possession.as long as the law is clear that usage and possession is just that.if caught selling it illegally…three strikes are right around that corner…who wants too spend the rest of there life in prison? Exactly…

      1. I do, I experienced it. I lost a cousin to Oxycontin accidental OD. And I have met many individuals that are completely off Western RX pain pills, through the healing power of Marijuana.

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