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Most Doctors Are Ill-Equipped to Deal With the Opioid Epidemic. Few Medical Schools Teach Addiction.

BOSTON — To the medical students, the patient was a conundrum. According to his chart, he had residual pain from a leg injury sustained while working on a train track. Now he wanted an opioid stronger ... read more

Doctors Are So Ill-Trained To Fight Opioid Crisis Experts Say It’s Like ‘Trying To Fight World War II With Only Coast Guard’

There has been little addiction training in medical schools across the country, but a decades-long push may be changing that. The New York Times: Most Doctors Are Ill-Equipped To Deal With The Opioid ... read more

Are Pain Doctors Wrongly Taking the Blame for the Opioid Crisis?

Dr. Bamdad, believing he was innocent, had refused to take the plea deal he was offered ... of individual doctors has no medical justification. Lawhern has contended, in a series of columns for The ... read more

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As Opioid Epidemic Surges, Medical Schools Try To Keep Pace

A report in 2012 by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse revealed that medical schools devoted little time to teaching addiction medicine — only a few ... opioid epidemic is largely ... read more


In Syracuse it's easier for addicts to get heroin than medical treatment

Syracuse doctor talks about Vivitrol Dr. Laura Martin talks about the advantages of using Vivitrol in ridding opioid addiction. SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Central New York is ill equipped to deal with ... The ... read more

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Left-wingers, including all Democrats and a few Republicans, claim that premiums are too high, drugs are too costly, the delivery system is not efficient and other reasons that suit the left-wing ... read more

More Addiction Training at Stanford Med School as Opioid Epidemic Surges

Sponsored A report in 2012 by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse revealed that medical schools devoted little time to teaching addiction medicine — only a few ... opioid epidemic is ... read more

As Opioid Epidemic Surges, Medical Schools Must Change To Keep Pace

A report in 2012 by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse revealed that medical schools devoted little time to teaching addiction medicine — only a few ... opioid epidemic is largely ... read more

As opioid epidemic surges, medical schools must change to keep pace

A report in 2012 by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse revealed that medical schools devoted little time to teaching addiction medicine — only a few ... opioid epidemic is largely ... read more



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