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Reply to Village News article, Feb. 8, 2018, 'WOW program provides opioid education'


Last updated 2/25/2018 at 11:42pm

Absolutely a sensational and educational article. I am happy to know that President Donald Trump and our government are working on the opioids issue. This article was so well written, and the information was of great value, especially explaining the breakdown of the strengths of each opioids.

I am grateful to learn that many of the physicians are not writing prescriptions for opioids. I had occasion, when I was recently in Fallbrook, to visit a pain management physician who had a sign in his office advising patients that he did not write prescriptions for these medications with the option of referring a patient to their primary physician.

Reading in this article, written by Lucette Moramarco, that there were 66,000 deaths most caused by illegal or illicit drugs on the street is unacceptable.

Parents, please monitor the drugs that you have in your homes. Make it impossible for anyone else, other than you, to have access to them. May God bless these addicts and their families.

Gerry Nunn

Boise, Idaho


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