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On Wednesday morning Margaret Figueroa, who suffers from a rare neurological disease called Arnold Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia, was able to see her pain management physician after going five months without treatment.
Tablets and bottles of medicine lie scattered on a shelf in the one-room medical clinic of Chiva, a village about 120 kilometers south of Yerevan.
In this Jan. 22, 2014 file photo, Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick gestures during a news conference at the Statehouse in Boston.
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has recommended against approving a new powerful prescription painkiller.
QRxPharma announced today that the United States Food and Drug Administration Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products Advisory Committee has voted to recommend against approval of Moxduo, an immediate release Dual OpioidA for the treatment of moderate to severe acute pain.
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Back on December 6th, staff at the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center found 32-year-old doctor Timothy Sutton in a locked bathroom, in cardiac arrest, with a syringe and a pain medication kit.
A new report by researchers from the University of California-San Francisco Benioff Children's Hospital raises red flags about the use of codeine as a pain killer and cough suppressant in children.
The combination pill, Moxduo, was developed by QRxPharma with the aim of decreasing dangerous side effects of prescription painkillers, including breathing problems, nausea and vomiting.
Then they said tobacco products could not be kept in one's room or on one's person - and that was the law of CAMH, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
Tyler, 22, who recently got out of a rehab program for heroin addiction, shows his prescription for Suboxone, a maintenance treatment for opioid dependence, on February 5, 2014 in Burlington, Vermont.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is requiring labels of all long-acting opioids to say they should be used strictly for patients in severe pain, a response to surging overdoses and deaths each year from the widely used pain medicines.
Doctors say the pain medication, which is often administered through a patch on the skin, is more potent than morphine and oxycodone and is prescribed for chronic, around-the-clock pain.