Legislators urged to act on painkiller addiction
Mental health experts told a legislative study committee Monday that Indiana must do something to tide an invisible epidemic of prescription drug abuse that drags down not only hardcore addicts but people suffering from chronic pain and well-intentioned doctors who are simply out of their depth.
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#1 Sep 10, 2013
Sounds like indiana would be one of the worst places in the country to be a legitimate pain patient. When ignorant politicians meddle in medicine people are going to suffer unnecessarily just so these degenerates can see their names in the press and on tv!
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