Opioids for Chronic Pain Only Nominally Better Than Placebo

12:17 EST 18 Dec 2018 | Medscape

Opioids offer marginal pain-control benefits over placebo for patients with chronic pain and "should not be first-line therapy" for pain management, investigators of a new meta-analysis say.
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