Wednesday, May 2, 2018

(From the Pain News Network) Recent Death of a "Chronic Pain Patient" partially blamed on the DEA and their horrible outlook as far as pain patients....

This story is both sad and sickening. I've had this very conversation many times with my Mom, before she passed away.
She told me often she didn't see how I could withstand the amount of pain I put up with almost daily at times... And as I told her, it is NOT easy! You try in every way to "put it out of your mind" but there are days it can be overwhelming and here it one example of how a 41 year old Mom and beautiful young woman could no longer deal with the scope of possibly not being able to curb the severity of pain she was going through...



https://www.painnewsnetwork.org/stories/2018/4/30/death-of-pain-patient-blamed-on-dea





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