Opioids

US Senate Bill will Pressure FDA on Opioid Approvals

While chronic pain patients continue to worry about what they believe is a decreasing access to certain narcotic pain medications, two U.S. Senators are introducing a bill that would make it more difficult for new and generic opioid drugs to…

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Chronic Pain—Talking to Your Doctor (and Vice Versa)

100 million American suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts longer than six months, and of course, in many cases people suffer from it for years. It can be mild or excruciating, episodic or continuous…

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National Pain Report Reader’s Survey on Chronic Pain

At the National Pain Report, we believe that covering the issue of chronic pain means answering two basic questions. What does our audience need to know? What does our audience want to know? At the National Pain Report, we have…

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A New Voice For The Chronic Pain Sufferer

Editor’s Note: We receive a lot reader reaction to the stories and columns we publish on the National Pain Report. Occasionally, we will contact the reader and see what else we can learn from them. That’s how we met Karen…

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Is The Media Missing The Point On Pain Medication Dispute?

Leaders in pain management have increasingly been stressing that opioid abuse and its use for pain treatment are two distinct issues. In recent interviews with the National Pain Report, two highly visible experts made that point. Dr. Richard Radnovich, a…

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