Good, Bad, and Ugly of CDC Proposed Opioid Guidelines

Good, Bad, and Ugly of CDC Proposed Opioid Guidelines | Dr. Jeffrey Fudin

Before even reading the proposed guidelines, my initial inquest was to review the panel of 17 presumed expert panelists.  My reaction, much akin to almost every recent media post, was that the deck was stacked against fair balance.

the carelessness with which these “guidelines” were approached by a recognized government agency that heretofore was hailed as an organization to protect and serve the public.

On October 20, 2015 Dr. Robert Twillman responded with a letter to Honorable Fred Upton, Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Read it at http://paindr.com/good-bad-and-ugly-of-cdc-proposed-opioid-guidelines/

 

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