The reasons for prescription opioid abuse

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Distress and pain are the key reasons people are taking opioids in higher doses than prescribed or without a prescription, new research shows A study led by Monash University researchers, in collaboration with Turning Point and Ambulance Victoria, has shown that these are the major reasons for extramedical prescription use of opioids. Using data collected

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