How can Australia stop the opioid epidemic before it’s too late?

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How can GPs and pharmacists work to address the issue of opioid prescribing in Australia? asks Michael Wong Australia is currently facing a significant opioid epidemic, with a staggering amount of GPs (4,800) under significant pressure to prescribing opioids for pain management without adequate support from other medical specialists. Strong pain medication is not always

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