Opioids Don't Improve Quality of Life
The APTA reports on a study published in Health Services Research that "for individuals with chronic non-cancer pain, opioids probably aren't delivering on what many presume to be their primary function—to improve overall quality of life by reducing pain and the emotional toll it takes. "
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