Economics of painkiller boom prompt unforeseen costs

06/23/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The increasing use of opioid medications has led to a great number of unexpected economic, social, legal and medical costs, Barry Meier writes. He says pain-treatment programs that focus on behavior modification and physical therapy could prove less costly in the long term.

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