Study: Pharmacies in black neighborhoods understock pain killers

10/14/2005 | Washington Post, The

Pharmacies in black neighborhoods are less likely to have adequate supplies of popular opioid painkillers than those in white neighborhoods, regardless of income level in the neighborhood, according to a new study. Researchers say the disparity likely means that minorities are commonly undertreated for chronic pain.

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