Fabricated Drug Shortage In Florida And Georgia Its A Lie


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DDAve Says:

Since when did the DEA become a legislative body? And is it made up of a group of doctors,or stupid brainwashed cops? It is bad enough hat we who suffer chronic pain have to deal with it, then the DEA comes along and terrifies pharmacists out of doing thir jobs.There ar no "Shortages of pain meds.The ingredients are common There has been No huge outbreak of pharmacy robbery (Put an off duty cop in them..they love the overtime) There ar over 33million people in America with valid,certified issues that bring chronic pain. Accident victimes,Diabetics,Veterans (I am one) who have been blown to hell and back,and the elderly,who are just worn out.

I dont know it if coud be done,but pain sufferers should united. Join forces,and file a class action suit against the pharmacies,for lying,and the DEA for legislating law,with now authority.CONGRESS enacts LAW! I had no problem with getting my meds filled for 7 years,now,it takes a week-10 days...We are being discriminated against,mistreated,and left with pain and siffering...Very few deliberately sell apin meds. More often,they are stolen by some litle punk looking for kicks and money, Target them! Not law abiding patients,whos misfortunes left them in a great deal of pain. We cannot help that these pills is as far as we've come for relief.

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