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Published on Sep 8, 2016
Opioid and heroin abuse is an epidemic that kills 78 Americans every day. Across the United States, families, policymakers, community leaders and health care providers are desperate to find a solution.
Many groups have created plans for addressing opioid abuse -- federal agencies, state lawmakers, professional organizations and inter-agency collaborations.
But how can we know which plans will work? And which will curb abuse without undermining legitimate medical care for patients in pain?
For more information, visit allianceforpatientaccess.org/pain