Editor’s Note: In Part 1 of this article yesterday, Mitchell Vice President of Government Affairs Brian Allen examined the ways in which the opioid crisis can sometimes mirror the story of Jekyll and Hyde. In Part 2, he looks at the unintended consequences of the opioid crisis and identifies trends that may be found in the future.
The Bad Side to the Good: Criticisms of State-Mandated Opioid Limits
In the efforts to combat the opioid crisis, the federal government, states and individual ...
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