Chronic noncancer pain is now considered a global epidemic and a public health problem in the United States, partly owing to its prevalence, underdiagnosis, and undertreatment.
Chronic noncancer pain is now considered a global epidemic and a public health problem in the United States, partly owing to its prevalence, underdiagnosis, and undertreatment.
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For as long as prescription opioids have been available for the treatment of patients with chronic, noncancer pain, misuse, abuse, and diversion of these agents have been ongoing issues.
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Opioid abuse and diversion are important issues for all payers, as they must balance access to opioids for those who truly need treatment with the potential that these drugs may not be used as intended.
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