Stop the FDA From Banning ER Pain Medications for Pain Patients!
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The FDA is trying to possibly banned some or all of the extended release narcotic pain medications. This would be a huge disaster, with no relief in sight, ruining legitimate pain patients lives, relationships, jobs, and families. Everyone realizes there are some that try to abuse the system, but those people are going to abuse the system, buy off the streets, or however they can.
It would be insanity for those like myself, that suffer horrible Chronic Daily Pain. We need to act NOW, for all that already have a bad enough time getting their medications. Most people are legitimate, follow their specific guidelines, from their doctors, so why should we that are doing the right thing be punished, and have our quality of lives taken away from us? I urge you to sign this petition.
This is the URL to the American Pain Foundation. This site has all of the information you need for your decision. This is a genuinely serious situation that could destroy families, relationships, jobs and any quality of life for those who live in the nightmare of Chronic Daily Pain and Illness. The FDA is trying to potentially banned all type of extended release pain medications, such as oxycotin, Opana ER, and all that fall in the category of extended release narcotic pain medications. Please see the URL below for further information, and other ways you can help stop this insanity. Most of us that are legitimate Chronic Daily Pain patients do NOT abuse the system and follow our doctors guidelines. There is only a small minority that try to abuse the system, and they are trying to punish us, when we are doing the right thing to continue to have our quality of life, jobs, families, and live normally.
See Updated information from a news article dated 6/30/09
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