Stronger opioids more frequently prescribed: analysis

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Opioid prescribing doubled over a quarter of a century – but there’s a critical evidence gap outside the US, researchers warn Research led by the University of Sydney has found that the number of people with chronic non-cancer pain prescribed an opioid medicine worldwide increased significantly between 1991 and 2015. The systematic review of studies

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