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Profit-Mining The Opioid Crisis: Treatment Facilities Target Union Workers For Their Generous Benefits

08:54 EST 13 Nov 2017 | Kaiser Health News

A Stat and Boston Globe investigation found that these workers are bused into these facilities and can be cut off from their family and friends. “I felt like a prisoner,” said Michael Barone, a special education aide in a New Jersey public school. In other news: scientists try to find ways to combat chronic pain without opioids; experts are trying to figure out how people with chronic pain can be treated with opioids but avoid addiction; and more.

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