Painkiller hearings planned for Toled...

Painkiller hearings planned for Toledo Hospital

There are 2 comments on the WTVG-TV Toledo story from Sep 1, 2013, titled Painkiller hearings planned for Toledo Hospital. In it, WTVG-TV Toledo reports that:

Lawmakers are continuing their efforts to gather information from people around Ohio about the personal impact of the state's prescription painkiller epidemic and looking for solutions to the problem.

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Alachua, FL

#1 Sep 3, 2013
Why look any further then the marketing of Cymbalta and Lycia for pain treatment at this appropriate time of drug tests by lab investments and the crimes and atrocities of leaving people in pain. Cymbalta and Lycia are addictive mind drugs that would enhance pharmaceutical sales while addicting patients under the Drug American plan of the Pharmaceutical / Mental Health Industry and their political reasons

Florida is a good example of the failure in drug testing and the Governor ownership of the labs and lets not forget about the South Carolina Republican Governor that lies a bit about the people in the Nuclear power plants failing their drugs tests too.
This is Ridiculous

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Sep 4, 2013
This is just another way to start another group who is probably paid by the taxpayers who actually end up paying for their own denials for medications. There is no huge epidemic in this area for regular citizens, that is a down right lie. The true epidemic of abusers are your wealthy celebrities who will get it regardless of any information collected by any committee. Most regular non celebrity citizens who have these drugs prescribed do not abuse. If you have never had this kind of pain you cannot speculate. Most use them only when they can't stand the pain anymore. Spinal Cervical Compression, bulging discs in spine, that surgeries will not help and even make worse. Cancer that is not going away. Taking it away from regular middle class citizens by restricting and harassing the Doctors so they are afraid to prescribe is a crime in itself. This committee should be ashamed of themselves as should any of these committees in any state of our America. They appear to be sadistic and cruel when they want people to live in unbearable pain.

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