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Researchers Identify Potential Pathway to Make Opioids Safer, More Effective

Findings from a study by UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson suggest heat shock protein 90 inhibitors could give doctors the opportunity to implement a dose-reduction strategy for patients. Less opioid drug could be prescribed, but patients would get the same levels of pain relief while experiencing reduced side effects. Full story.

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