The Food and Drug Administration rejected their own expert panel’s recommendation that medical doctors be required to have special training before they could prescribe long-acting narcotic painkillers that can lead to addiction. The AMA has fought this measure, saying it would be too burdensome for their members to be required to be trained before prescribing these drugs.
I have often written about the issues caused by our medical industry with opioids. We are creating addicts that in turn create unsatiable and recurring demand. As society sees the issues and takes action, some people will clean up and some will search for a way to satiate the addiction.One well-known and affordable source of