Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD, on Opioid-Associated Deaths in Patients With Cancer

2018 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD, of Duke University, discusses results from a population study she conducted of the opioid epidemic over the past 10 years and why these medications for cancer pain should continue to be excluded from restrictive-prescribing laws (Abstract 230).



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