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Friday, September 23, 2016

A Different Kind of Opioid Crisis in Cancer Patients - limits = "unintentional consequences"



medscape
  The (UK) study was published online September 15 in Pain.
The undertreatment of cancer pain is also a problem in the United States, said Judith A. Paice, PhD, RN, research professor in medicine-hematology/oncology at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. Dr Paice is an expert who was not involved in the current study.
"The problem in the United States may be worsening through the unintentional consequences associated with measures to limit the opioid abuse epidemic," Dr Paice told Medscape Medical News.
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