Palliative experts say Ind. painkiller rules could hurt patients

The Indiana Medical Licensing Board is considering guidelines to reduce the abuse of painkillers that would add requirements for physicians who prescribe the drugs and patients who take them. Palliative care experts cautioned that while the rules would exempt patients with terminal illness, they could make it less likely for patients who live with cancer or who have chronic pain to get appropriate treatment.

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