Problematic opioid use often temporary: study

Aussie researchers followed more than 1500 people with pain over five years… what did they find? Contrary to predominant thinking in pain management, there is considerable fluidity in opioid use over time among many patients with chronic non-cancer pain who use opioids, according to new research published in JAMA Network Open. Led by the National

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