Patients Without Painkillers
““The state law is ridiculously long. I’d prescribed my patient opioids for months, and because he had been receiving opioids from another physician,” a hospital doctor did not prescribe any painkillers.”[Tough new opioid policies leave some cancer and post-surgery patients without painkillers | Fox News]
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“The state law is ridiculously long.”
[Tough new opioid policies leave some cancer and post-surgery patients without painkillers | Fox News]
Because Government officials, from Seattle to New York have outlawed the fear of God all manner of extremes are crushing the humble in the land.
It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other.
Whoever fears God will avoid all extremes.
Note well that the more the United States Government sinks into godlessness the greater number of words without meaning. From pain medication mess of laws to gun control laws in Washington State the more the Governments rids themselves of the fear of God the greater the oppression upon the humble in the land. (See: King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg for details.)
From King County Court Corruption in Seattle to Washington D.C.’s prosecutorial politics the wordier laws allow such to fulfill their lusts of power.
The rush sensation that comes from self-righteousness that Judge Susan Craighead is addicted to only the cross of Jesus can deliver from such over-doses that are destroying others.
If such feared God their words would be without favortism, few and they would mean what is stated.
Above all, my beloved, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or by any other oath, but let your “Yes” be yes and your “No” be no, so that you may not fall under condemnation. (James 5:12)
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“Nevada’s opioid law, which took effect in January, limits the first prescription of opioid for acute pain to seven days and increases the amount of paperwork that must be filed for preauthorization for long-term painkillers.
In his 25 years of practicing medicine, Laird said, “I’ve never seen anything like this, an environment where it’s acceptable to mistreat chronic pain patients, where there’s an animus toward chronic pain patients.””[Tough new opioid policies leave some cancer and post-surgery patients without painkillers | Fox News]
““When other people find out that I’m on opioids,” Maas explains, “depending on how close they are and how well they know me, I might get an ‘it sucks that your pain is so bad’ to a slightly narrowed side eye.” The judgmental comments she receives make her feel like people think she’s taking opioids for the fun of it.
“Believe me,” she says, “this is not for fun.”
“I haven’t really experienced the stigma personally other than some ill-informed comments from acquaintances,” says Anna. “But the media coverage of the ‘opiate epidemic’ as driven by pill pushing-doctors and by pain patients worries me a lot, and I think it is already being used to forward the idea that people in chronic pain should not have access to relief from their pain.””[War on prescription drugs: what if you depend on opioids to live a decent life? | US news | The Guardian]
“Even though state laws say chronic pain patients who need medication will receive it, “that’s not what’s happening,” says Lauren Deluca of Worcester, Massachusetts, who founded the Chronic Illness Advocacy & Awareness Group last year after her own challenges getting the opioid painkillers she needed. ”[Chronic pain patients say their needs ignored in opioid epidemic]