LIers prescribed fewer narcotics prescriptions, data show
The number of narcotics prescriptions written for Long Island residents fell 9 percent in 2012 -- nearly three times the statewide decrease -- signaling progress for authorities battling the Island's pain pill abuse epidemic.
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#1 Aug 7, 2013
Thanks to this made up pain pill 'crisis' legitimate patients are being forced to suffer for the actions of a tiny minority of drug users! Law enforcement has no place in the doctor patient relationship!
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