CDC: Withdraw Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain

The CDC's Guidelines are inappropriate, short sighted, and are more harmful than helpful to pain patients. Developed in violation of the Federal Advisory Committee Act's (FACA) regulations with little to no evidence used in support, the Guidelines are blatantly discriminatory to existing pain patients, licensed pain specialists, and responsible users of opioid medication, and should be withdrawn.

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The CDC's Guidelines are inappropriate, short sighted, and are more harmful than helpful to pain patients. Developed in violation of the Federal Advisory Committee Act's (FACA) regulations with little to no evidence used in support, the Guidelines are blatantly discriminatory to existing pain patients, licensed pain specialists, and responsible users of opioid medication, and should be withdrawn.

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