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Michael McKinley on 24 Jul 2017 1607 said:
The author does not break down the number of people on legal prescribed opioids who have overdosed or died. This number is so important, that without it, it makes her article very weak. I have seen on two opioids for over 10 years with no negative affects. Without these medications, my quality of health would be about a 2 on a scale of 10. Additionally, the author states that the number of opioids prescribed has decreased dramatically. The reason for this is that the DEA has put the hammer down on any doctor who prescribe opioids. This is not the ethical way to reduce opioids. Quality of life should always be the defining requirement.
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