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GlobeNewswire 02/11/2020 17:00
For opioid use dependent patients like me, PROBUPHINE® means focusing on my life instead of focusing on how to get to the pharmacy that day,” said Georges S. Chartrand, Quebec PROBUPHINE® patient.
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ConsumerAffairs.com 02/10/2020 13:53
Increasing the dosage of opioids for pain management comes with several risks. By Kristen Dalli of. February 10, 2020. A recent study tracked and discovered that many consumers are given higher than normal doses of opioids over long periods of time. Now, a new study conducted by researchers at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) found that higher strength opioids dont always yield better results. According to the experts, increasing dosage over time isnt effective in reducing pain when patients are taking opioids for that purpose. In fact, it can actually increase the risks associated with the drugs. What we found...was that the pain relief the provider and the patient are going for really isnt there when they increase their doses, re.
Less than a third of veterans who were treated for a substance use disorder (SUD) by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in 2018 received specialty services for their disorder, according to a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report.
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Incidental Economist 01/16/2020 09:51
Below are recent publications from me and my colleagues from Boston University’s Department of Health Law, Policy and Management. You can find all posts in this series here. January 2020 Edition Addo-Tabiri NO, Chudasama R, Vasudeva R, Leiva O, Garcia B, Ravid JD, Bunze T, Rosen L, Belghasem M, Francis J, Brophy M, Johnson B, Ferguson R, […]
Healio News 12/17/2019 14:32
There may be mortality, musculoskeletal and cardiovascular benefits from testosterone therapy among men with low testosterone due to opioid use, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open. “Little is known about the effects of testosterone treatment on health outcomes in men with opioid-induced androgen deficiency (OPIAD), who often experience marked suppression of testosterone levels,” Guneet K. Jasuja, PhD, investigator at the Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Veterans Administration Medical.

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