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Cheryl Brown
08-10

These last 4 years have cost me a good job, my quality of life, being able to walk and bathe. Had to file disability. My life’s savings and now living paycheck to paycheck. Second doctor for pain meds that most were taken away or tapered has been a financial nightmare too. Injections, pain pump implantation but my pain is worse than ever. This is so unnecessary. Chronic pain patients don’t sell their drugs, they need them to survive.

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Robin Renee Cosgrove
08-10

its pretty sad when people who need it for pain cant get it i just had back fusion and its like pulling teeth to get help for my pain 😢

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stephanie
08-10

Ya think?? We've been telling you that for YEARS! Responsible medication users like myself, have to fight just to get meds to retain my quality of life. Just to work. Not to mention the judgement aimed at me until I was diagnosed with rheumatoid. I dealt with that for 20 years, until 3 months ago.

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