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Post written by : Stephen

Opioid Epidemic Causes Unintended Suffering for Pain Patients

Progress and social change rarely advance at a steady rate, be it voting rights or drug treatment. They operate more like a pendulum, swinging forward, then swinging back, and then … Continue reading

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Smoking in Rehab Means Half the Battle is Lost Already

Should clients in substance abuse rehabs for heroin or other opiate/opioid addiction be allowed to use methamphetamine or cocaine? Of course not, they are illegal, highly addictive, and detrimental to … Continue reading

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ObamaCare Has Increased Addiction Treatment

Politics keeps interfering with substance abuse policy, including addiction treatment, but progress is being made. The question is if it will continue. The 2008 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act … Continue reading

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Big Pharma’s Opioid Settlements Should Fund Rehab, Not Budget Shortfalls

As the costs of responding to the opioid epidemic rise, more states, cities, and counties are opting to sue “Big Pharma”—the large pharmaceutical companies—and the distributors that allowed pill mills … Continue reading

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