018: America Starts Talking w/ Dr. Anita Gupta and Penney Cowan

Many people who live with pain undergo all types of pain management therapies, including prescription opioid pain medication. While opioids are an important part of treatment for people living with pain; life-threatening side effects can occur, even for those who are taking their opioids as directed. That’s why “America Starts Talking” has developed a new campaign to unite leading voices in the pain management community to urge healthcare providers and people taking opioids (along with their families and caregivers) to begin a dialogue about opioid safety and learn how to recognize and respond to an opioid emergency.

Today, I’m chatting with Dr. Anita Gupta and  Ms. Penney Cowan about opiod emergencies and how best to handle them.

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