CDC Guidelines Contribute to the Cost of Addiction

ANOTHER TRUTH ON THE CDC GUIDELINES AS THERE’S NO LESS ADDICTS BUT, A LOT MORE IN CHRONIC PAIN & INCREASED SUICIDES AS ONE IS NOW NOT TREATED OR UNDER-TREATED.

EDS and Chronic Pain News & Info

3 Reasons the New CDC Guidelines May Contribute to the Cost of Addiction – The Painful Truth

In the September 13 issue ofVice, Maia Szalavitz challenges the myth that the U.S. can solve the opioid crisis by reducing the supply. 

Szalavitz is an informed and highly accomplished neuroscience journalist who applies common sense to the opioid epidemic. She says,

“If America really wants to reduce the death toll from its opioid crisis, we need to focus on reducing demand, not supply.”

The situation since then certainly has been chilling. In fact, it has become downright frigid, and the people who are suffering the most are the people who can least afford to: those with chronic pain.  

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Author: Chronic Illnesses & Pain is hurting All Americans

I was an RN for over 37 yrs & no longer able to work due to CDC guidelines. I'm no longer able to function to work. I managed to complete my Masters.

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