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WAR ON PAIN SUFFERERS Special Collection #11
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THE PATHOLOGICAL DEA: 
The War on Doctors and the Pain Crisis in the Aftermath of the DEA FAQ Debacle
 

 
Compiled by: Alex DeLuca, M.D., MPH
; Addiction, Pain, and Public Health website; 2006-04-16. Modified: 2007-09-11
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Related resources: 
Drug War Journalism and Advocacy Library
  War on Doctors Academic Literature
 
THE WAR ON PAIN SUFFERERS Special Collections - Table of Contents

 
See also:
Prescription Pain Medications (the DEA FAQ) -
DEA, Last Acts, Wisconsin Pain and Policy; August 2004
 
The Solution is NOT More Negotiation with Law Enforcement - DeLuca; 2004
 
The Dr. William Hurwitz Collection - WAR ON PAIN SUFFERERS #4
 
 
 
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Articles from the January 2006 issue of Pain Medicine, the Journal of the American Academy of Pain Medicine

Healthcare Professionals and the DEA: Trying to Get Back in Balance - Howard Heit; Pain Medicine; 7(1): 72-74; 2006. Posted: 2006-04-16.

Pain Management Misstatements: Ceiling Effects, Red and Yellow Flags -
Steven D. Passik; Pain Medicine; 7(1): 76-77; 2006. Posted: 2006-04-16.

Of Smoke, Mirrors, and Passive-Aggressive Behaviors -
Ben A. Rich, JD, PhD; Pain Medicine; 7(1): 78-79; 2006. Posted: 2006-04-16.

Pain, the DEA, and the Impact on Patients -
Will Rowe, MA; Pain Medicine; 7(1): 86-86; 2006. Posted: 2006-04-16.

Pain and Politics: DEA, Congress, and the Courts, Oh My! -
Scott Fishman; Pain Medicine; 7(1): 87-88; 2006. Posted: 2006-04-16.
 

Related Resources

Prescription Pain Medications - Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for Healthcare Professionals and Law Enforcement Personnel
- aka "THE DEA FAQ" -
by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), the Last Acts Partnership, and the Pain and Policy Studies Group of the University of Wisconsin; published August 2004.

Now You See It, Now You Don't: The Amazing Vanishing DEA Pain FAQ - Drug War Chronicle, #358; 2004-10-15.

Drug Crime Is a [Major] Source of Abused Pain Medications in the United States - D.E. Joranson and A.M. Gilson, Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 30(4): 299-301, 2005.

An Ethical Analysis of the Barriers to Effective Pain Management - Ben Rich; Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2000.

Comment on Prescribing Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain (PDF) - National Association of Attorneys General; 2005-03-21.

H.R. 3015 [NASPER] Continues War Against Pain Patients and Doctors - Michael Glueck, and Robert  Cihak; NewsMax.com; 2004-11-23

The War on Drugs, War on Doctors, and the Pain Crisis in America: Eighty Years of Naked Emperors - Alexander DeLuca; 2004.

The Dr. William Hurwitz Collection - War on Pain Sufferers #4; compiled by DeLuca; 2005, 2006.

Introduction and Index to the War on Pain Sufferers Special Resource Collections

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