Doctors trained at lower-ranked American medical schools prescribe more opioids A new study suggests that better training of doctors can cut opioid addiction https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2017/08/daily-chart-15?fsrc=scn/fb/te/bl/ed/ The implications of our non-narcotic investigational drug can be far-reaching. Our product may provide a safe and effective alternative to opioid painkillers.
We have been in practice in North Miami for over 30 years, and if may say so ourselves, have a very good reputation. We have thousands of satisfied patients who grew our practice by referring their friends and family. Additionally, the investigational product we are testing is a combination of two well-known existing drug – […]
Data from the National Health Interview Survey shows that American veterans experience a higher prevalence of pain and more severe pain than nonveterans. Although opioids are often prescribed to treat chronic pain, research has not shown them to be very effective, and there are many issues with long-term use. Thus, there is a need for […]
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