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doctor in philadelphia that prescribes opiates for pain

looking for pain management doctor that prescribes opiates ## U dont have to look too far look for the ones who are liberal ## Hi Antman can you please leave this information about pain medicines. I've been suffering for way to long with well documented pain issues. ## Antman please get back to me, I have multiple. Herniated& Deteriorated discs cervical to lumbar sacral. All documented really need your assistance with this Dr. Information. Thanks for your help and advice. Denny ## Did you find someone? Depending on where you are I heard there are a few specialist that are being referred patients from PCPs. ## Do you know a pain doctor who accepts cash? Im in need of roxycotin 30mg, but i dont have insurance.... I am not a drug addict! ## as long as your records are strait and u ... ...

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Who do I call to report someone selling their pain pills

I know a girl who lives here in burke county and she goes to a pain clinic in catawba county. She sells her roxt 10s for extra cash and it makes me mad because when people that need the pain medicine they can't get it, but i****s like her can. How can I turn her in? ## Call the police. What she is doing is illegal. Also call the pain clinic and report her if you know which clinic. ## I know someone who is selling most of his pain medicine in southern Delaware county. He gets prescribed Percocet, Valiums, Ibuprofen 800mg, and Morphine. Last date prescribed was February 3rd. He get's these drugs prescribed once per month, then sells half of it. He gets the meds at 12th and Market in center city Philadelphia. Then goes to Delaware County to sell all of this as an additional income ... ...


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