How cancer introduces a paradoxical treatment of chronic pain in America

The difference between my pain and that of a cancer patient is one small word called “non”. If the word “non” is part of my diagnosis, then it unequivocally engenders nearly all facets of my treatment.

Utilizing the palliative care “loophole” in chronic pain management

DEA rings in 2018 with fear-mongering resolutions The DOJ is successfully escalating angst among general practitioners, already reluctant to prescribe narcotics above guidelines established by the CDC out of fear of being targeted as outliers by the DEA. In turn many patients with intractable pain are forced to “make due” with what pain medication they […]