Tag: opioid

Drug Enforcement Administration announces additional regulatory steps to address opioid epidemic

October 23, 2019 Contact: National Media Affairs Office Phone Number: (202) 307-7977. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON – The Drug Enforcement Administration today announced proposed regulations to improve DEA’s ability to oversee the production of dangerous drugs at the height of the national opioid crisis. This proposed regulation would further limit excess quantities of medications that might be…

Analyzing The Opioid Crisis: 65 Articles By Dr. Josh Bloom

‘Expert’ Kolodny Uses My Chemistry Lessons to Speak on Fentanyl – #Shameless Andrew Kolodny Says Chronic Pain Patients Are PR Pawns for Big Pharma Feds Double Down On Pills As Fentanyl Deaths Double Rand Report on Fentanyl: Mostly Correct (but ACSH Got There Long Ago) ‘Opioid Cutoff’ Article Tells Us How Badly Pain Patients Were…

Tramadol Is The most dangerous drug in the world

GlobalHealthNews.com September 6, 2019 Imagine a prescription medication that relieves pain just as well as narcotics like Oxycontin, but isn’t addictive. Too good to be true? Turns out, yes. For years, that was the case with Tramadol, a synthetic opioid drug that was released in 1995 under the brand name Ultram to great expectations. This…