Opioid addiction is rampant in the U.S., reaching epidemic proportions. According to the American College of Emergency Physicians, 46 people die per day from overdosing on Rx painkillers. This astounding number is even higher if those who overdose on heroin are factored in, as many people who get addicted to painkillers often turn to heroin as a less-expensive alternative.
We are on a mission to uncover how we can resolve this epidemic and create a sustainable healthcare system. That’s why we are tackling this important issue with a free webinar that anyone, anywhere in the country can access. It’s an important discussion you won’t want to miss, hosted by Lou Paradise, company president, chief of research, and pain management expert.
“Opioid Addiction: An Over-Medicated Society will be held as a webinar streamed live on Tuesday, March 10th, 12pm – 1pm and 4pm to 5pm. Afterwards, the workshop will be archived and accessible 24/7.
Viewers can tune into the live Go to Meeting Webinar by using the following links:
Viewers can also comment in the chat, and ask questions real time.
We hope you’ll join us, and welcome your feedback.
For more information or to submit a question to be addressed at the workshops, please contact Patricia Martin, Marketing Director, at 845-871-4900 ext. 1113 or email email@example.com.
Please Read—We care about you! Information contained herein is educational in nature & not intended as a substitute for professional care. If you have or suspect you have a medical issue, be sure to consult your healthcare practitioner. Always let your healthcare practitioner know when you are considering any self-help treatment, especially if you are taking prescription drugs. Be sure to see your healthcare practitioner for any pain that has lasted more than 3 days.
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