Opioid use quadruples in Australia, but others can’t access pain relief

Use of common opioid painkillers such as codeine, morphine and oxycodone has more than quadrupled in Australia over the past decade and doubled worldwide over the same period a report published today in the Lancet by the International Narcotics Control Board reveals. Yet at the same time the authors warn that the majority of countries,

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