U.S. Surgeon General Leads Panel Discussion on Combating the Opioid Epidemic
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The Opioid Crisis: How Does Stigma Affect Patient Care
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Opioid Addiction Crisis
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Opioid Addiction: A Crisis Fueled by Stigma
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That translates to more than 47,000 lives lost to this tragic opioid crisis in 2017 alone.It’s a staggering figure—and one that unfortunately It’s Time. And the crisis continues, to the point that opioid-related overdose deaths are higher than car accident fatalities, and 80% of illicit opioid drug users report starting out on prescription opioids. The financial impact is also severe—the Council of Economic Advisers estimated that the economic cost of the opioid epidemic was $504 billion in 2015.
This is the second of three parts in a series by Adams Publishing Group newspapers about the nation’s ongoing and evolving opioid crisis. Part 1 addressed the magnitude of the problem across the country, as well as its causes and impacts. Today: Part 2 looks at treatment options for people addicted to opioids and the availability of those services.
Opioid use looks different across jurisdictions and communities. During a crisis, communities often focus on the biggest threat at hand: while some struggle to control prescription opioids, others may be battling an illicit supply of synthetic opioids. Over-Prescribing Did Not Cause America’s Opioid Crisis. Richard A. Lawhern, Ph.D. 2019-04-08T12:32:35+00:00 47 Comments.
30th March, 2019. By Richard A. Lawhern, Ph.D. This is an article by Richard A. Lawhern, Ph.D.
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