Opioids have minimal benefit in low back pain

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New research from The George Institute for Global Health and the University of Sydney has found that opioid painkillers, commonly used in low back pain, provide minimal benefit. The findings of the systematic review, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, also demonstrate that many patients do not tolerate the medicine, with half of the trial participants

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