Physicians Get Addicted Too – The Atlantic – April 23, 2019

The United States is in the midst of the deadliest, most widespread drug epidemic in its history. Unlike epidemics of the past, this one did not start with mafias or street dealers. Some people have blamed quack doctors—profiteers running pill mills—but rogue physicians wrote no more than a fraction of the opioid prescriptions in America over the past two decades. Read More.

Opioid Overdose Deaths 2017

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Nonfatal Overdose Hospital Treated 2017

Prescribing Practices Opioid Prescriptions 2017

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