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High Opioid Use Seen in Disabled Medicare Recipients

October 2014

Persons with disabilities and who have Medicare insurance had a high rate of opioid use from 2007 through 2011, with mean daily morphine-equivalent dose (MED) peaking in 2010, according to a new study.
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  • High Opioid Use Seen in Disabled Medicare Recipients

    October 2014

    Persons with disabilities and who have Medicare insurance had a high rate of opioid use from 2007 through 2011, with mean daily morphine-equivalent dose (MED) peaking in 2010, according to a new study.
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  • FDA Orders Seizure of Opioid-like Botanical  

    October 2014

    The recent seizure of a massive amount of kratom—which is claimed by online vendors to have opioid-like analgesic effects, as well as psychoactive properties—by U.S Marshalls paints a vivid picture of the growing danger it represents. 
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  • Controlled Study Strengthens Case for Transforaminal ...

    October 2014

    A new study suggests that transforaminal epidural injections might be an effective way to manage chronic low back pain in patients with disk herniation and radiculitis.
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