What’s the real picture of total opioid use in Australia?

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NSW researchers have quantified – for the first time – that data based on PBS/RPBS claims underestimates total prescription opioid use Researchers from the National Drug and Alcohol Research (NDARC) at the University of NSW have attempted to quantify actual opioid use in Australia, arguing that estimates based on pharmaceutical claims alone are “problematic”, as

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