NACC changes pain prescription policy
The Native American Community Clinic has recently changed its policy regarding the prescription of narcotics for chronic pain.
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#1 Jun 5, 2013
More proof that dea thugs are sadistic lowlifes! Why should legitimate patients be forced to suffer because of the irresponsible actions of a timy minority? These lowlifes could care less about patients! Why is the dea in the doctor patient relationship in the first place. dea thugs are essentially practicing medicine without any training let alone a license! If they had their way pain patients would be forced to suffer to protect their bloated paychecks.
#2 Jun 15, 2013
Pain relief should be treated in the same way as abortion. A simple but massive unprecedented court case would settle all this shit once and for all. It's either that or violence. I'd much rather the former.
If a Supreme court can grant the right to an abortion under the Right to Privacy then they can grant pain relief under same.
There were plenty of antiabortion laws in place well before Roe vs Wade so don't tell me this issue with drugs is any different. If you want my personal opinion Someone should start bashing the crap out of these totalitarian nutjobs. I know I would, that much I'll admit.
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