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Negative physician attitudes about opioid pain meds linked with lower prescribing

According to a study of physicians' attitudes about pain drugs, negative physician attitudes about opioid medications are closely associated with lower rates of prescribing and more favorable attitudes are linked with higher prescribing levels.
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