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"doctor shopping" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Hello, Renee. Good. I just wanted to thank you for having me and I am a resident of Silver Spring, Maryland and I am a long time addict. I'm not a practicing Annika. I'm in a program that I've been in for the same program for about 20 years now. And it is the only thing that's kept me alive and given me hope and strength to go forward. My program is very, very Attendant it to our needs and our we're addicts. Most programs aren't most programs are very ours on addict. Whether it's pills, whether it's heroin, whatever your addiction, maybe so there's always that stigma that when you ask for help, or you're seeking help, you're already Set up to fail, So it's really important to have, you know programs out there that are reaching out to the community and making it easier instead of harder and I went you have not used drugs in 20 years. I know I've been on a methadone programme. Okay, so I have and the only thing I have relaxed a couple times during that time, But in the last 10 years I've been Only on my method of through the program. How did you How did you start your journey into opiates? I actually got a motorcycle accident when I was 16 and I was prescribed pills. So so you and your doctor decided one day you're not going to have these anymore And you decided, eh? I can't have these. The doctor never never got to that. Because as a crime, you could use a doctor shopping. So you could like, go crazy all over going to doctors. They didn't have opened up. System where you could check things like that. Which they're improving on all the time for checkpoints for addicts so that you know, trying to save lives out there, But so yes, I continued to use through other doctors. Also, it wasn't just one doctor, and it just became unbearable at the point and one Once need doctors start questioning you or there's a question that you always know you have the option to go to the street, right? What was the thing? What was the thing that clicked in your brain? That said. Man, I can't do this anymore. What was it? Well, it wasn't really I can't pinpoint one exacting. I know that I have a daughter myself. Who gives me strength every day and at this point whenever I'm feeling bad or lonely or need anything are hoping, as they say in the program. I looked at her and I realized that you know there's there's There's good in me because she too she is and I fought really hard to have my daughter not lived that life and be a part of that, and I've been very lucky in that aspect. I've had people in my corner that have Held me up and got me through this. This is Karen. I want to say thank you for calling and sure. I am so proud of you. 20 years of staying in recovery has kept you and your daughter alive because you are her caretaker, and so many Children are lost in the system because people are not and treatment and over and over. We have 4000 Children were in the foster care system in the state of Maryland in the primary reason is because Of parents that were addicted. That did not go into treatment. So I want to thank you for that. Yes, Rene, would you like to hold on? We're going to take a brief break and we're going to come back. And I think some of our panels have some questions for Rene as well. So we're gonna take a break. Don't you dare go away. The number here is 800. 92 to 66 18. We'd love to talk to you. Text us to receive up to five marketing tax sent via automated technology to your number, consent not required to purchase.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on AP News
"The US to sell phenomenon has spread to retailers across the world in recent years such force that is prompting a backlash from some activists politicians and even consume was near Paris climate demonstrates says of doctor shopping mall and got that in front of as as headquarters to protest over production this saves killing the planet's workers at Amazon in Germany went on strike for better pay some French lawmakers want to ban Black Friday old together I'm sorry I shockingly
Black Friday frenzy goes global - and not everyone’s happy
"The US to sell phenomenon has spread to retailers across the world in recent years such force that is prompting a backlash from some activists politicians and even consume was near Paris climate demonstrates says of doctor shopping mall and got that in front of as as headquarters to protest over production this saves killing the planet's workers at Amazon in Germany went on strike for better pay some French lawmakers want to ban Black Friday old together I'm sorry I shockingly
Medical marijuana now legal in Louisiana
"The Louisiana department of agriculture and forestry has announced that it is cleared the final medical marijuana product has passed all testing is is cleared for immediate release to the medical marijuana pharmacies and joining us on the line is Louisiana agriculture and forestry commissioner Mike straying to talk about this Mike welcome to the show hello no how are you doing today doing great doing great you guys announced that the marijuana tincture formulation is available now today Tuesday yes are we cleared the first batch of finals up final product in other words the product that's actually going to be patient last Thursday afternoon and so it is moving to patients but that started you know yesterday and of course the day it should be getting to the pharmacies and so you know we we clear that it did the final testing and we tested now we the first batch was forty seven hundred and sixty five units which in other words each vial has you know he is considered a unit and so that is on its way we expect our to clear the second batch which will be about forty three hundred units on the by Friday this Friday morning and so that's the timetable for that and of course there are successful and it is grown and processed in you know in the production and a batch system and so you know we've cleared it and what you know we don initially we tested the extract which we call the matrix but it's the extract and then the extract is then placed into a solution form and then we trusted that you know would you be SL Ellis you to look at THC concentrations CVT concentrations and also make sure that there weren't any contaminants and then the final solution we tested to make sure that the first bottle all the way to the forty seven hundred and sixty fifth bottle all the same so the whole genius and then we tested and certified the THC level the CD levels in them as well as to make sure that the or no bacterial contamination that you know what could have happened during the bottling process so we take in a sample random samples and then we you will open the vials we take those samples and when we run a battery of tests on them and the first batch we had we ran twenty five separate all units twenty five separate samples were tested and cleared and the second batch about twenty three that's all mathematical model that we use based on you know the the science laboratories of how many and how to do that but it's a random testing and so that they have cleared and the first batch as a matter of flavored the lecture and that product is should be and the date and the pharmacist my day I'm there's been much criticism about this process but this is what you expected in any type of liquid form of medicine that that hits you know that that is put into the stream of commerce correct well you know normally what we would call my list you don't look at the basic kind cable our legislation was passed in really June of twenty fifteen became a law in July of twenty fifteen in June of twenty sixteen so as we go full year I was sure I said I gave us written notice that their intent to be the licensee and on August twenty sixteen southern gave us a written statement that they again we're confirming that they were gonna be licenses production so they had the first right of refusal right and so he was in the fall of twenty seventeen that issue sign with GPS Alan southern sign with their first contractors they began Ellis you began building facilities are getting the building billing cycle sell these sorting all this out you know early in the spring of twenty eighteen and you know and just basically get out of the final facility bear horde facility wasn't finished no really until may or June of this year and so when you look at this you know where the this was done on the FDA it was taken eight to ten years the help from an election to final probably two to three years because clinical trials and really you have to stop when they look at when they started construction of buildings and just design a building coming sore from design construction harmony all of those things plus satisfying the state law as to suitability develop in their standard operating procedures you know putting the manufacturing facility yeah this is a growing marijuana in a in a hot house so this is making a pharmaceutical product that began in earnest in the spring of twenty eight so really in two years the under the state rules we've done what would have taken a katana under federal I think a lot of people really kind of you this is a cottage industry as though this was going to be a mom and pop kind of thing and when you have your facts and facilitate naps lately and I think you know that that was a misnomer from day one and it ended in I think there is actually good reason for because when you look into that other states there have been a number of batches that have been denied in other states for contaminants pesticides mold they have found all kinds of foreign substances there that and as a result the regulators had to reject the product right and so you know what we did we don't work very hard looking at what was going on in other states as well as good manufacturing practices are not only with marijuana but any type of pharmaceutical products so when you look at our first stage of testing we test the matrix and it is tested for things that we will have to look for heavy metals we test for pesticides I we test against for any type of Solomon improper books obstructions in a week that's from a variety of compounds you know in the initial product and then secondarily one week after that initial product is then processed into a solution then we test the THC levels of CVD levels also checking to make sure that no contaminants to there and then church here in the final stage you know we test our again to make sure that it's off that it's all the same reconfirm the THC MCV levels also check for salmonella E. coli east rolled my contractions those sorts of things so that when the patient opens it up we know that they have a safe product and you have to do this every step of the way because as as you know if you remember years ago when they were compounding injectable steroids and remember when they got contaminated how many people got sick from that yeah and well I mean we have to be very very very careful that that nothing leaves because you know I'm responsible along with the LSU GB sciences and southern and I layer of you know we're responsible to make sure that this product gets to the patient in a form that is not contaminated and about will not give out that will not harm them end up like this a base formulation this is something that it can be modified at the pharmacy level in different elixirs meaning as I notice in the article he said that the product can cost between ninety and two hundred dollars a bottle at the pharmacy depending on the formulation yes and so when you look at the the formulation here you know with the the first one with that there have is it's a T. H. C. rich one US one G. H. C. perceive the mother was a hundred fifty milligrams of each box and a bottle then they have a CVT rich twelve hundred milligrams a CD to sixty milligrams CH C. R. so then you know the pharmacist you know I'm a pharmacist has the option to modify this deluded compound or or whatever and the thing that we know is that you know different patients will will be affected differently and it comes on the disease state your trading so you have one you have the physicians and there are eighty seven I think positions as on record of oxygen that are allowed to make these recommendations they will make a recommendation to the pharmacist based on the concentration and the type of product that that they believe the patient needs and then the pharmacist will then you know make sure that's the formula that the patient needs and we do know from a lot of literature that they're you know especially in CH see if they have different effects on different patients and that's why you know specialist for off with a low dose and then you know work the way forward so you get the desired almost the pharmaceutical effect for the disease being treated same same strategy that's taken in a bunch of other different types of medicines the for treatments as well right absolutely and especially when you're dealing with this type of compound get out of the lower the dose is the better you know but what breeding a variety of diseases intractable pain on in college cases cancer HIV aka CAC feel seizure disorders epilepsy MS multiple sclerosis fastest of the severe muscle spasms Parkinson's Bacolod posttraumatic stress disorder autism spectrum disorder Crohn's disease and muscular dystrophy and it is and as a regular looking at directly at eighty four doctors that are able to recommend Mike when so Dick have we studied whether or not there's going to be enough supply for the demand well the initial discussions we had it you know what and again the board of pharmacy was to try to calculate how much plant matter we need that will make the amount of in the pharmaceutical use we would need based on the disease states that would being treated and that being said that's what the initial discussions of size and scope came about now since then of course and contents with that legislatures you see is adding additional on diseases that can be treated and so what where we're at now I wish you is in the production system they are processing and its batch process we will expect to clear again a second batch for distribution to the pharmacist our Friday morning Friday of this week that'd be about forty three hundred doses and then very shortly there after it in a short period of time they will have more batches that will be available again to the public at the same time southern is coming on line several weeks ago they planted there first you know seeds and of course they are ramping up rapidly and by this fall we expect of southern will have on the server products on the street and so it really depends on you know how many patients come to the pharmacy is that what you know how many people will buy the product what the effect will be by the patient find the products you as to the fact on their particular disease condition that they're trading and then I you know if if everything is successful then we would expect that the man would grow and they will have to increase production I own a ongoing basis to meet that demand and we're not we're not aware of in the commercial insurance that actually covers this treatment yet our our our week as far as I know there is no commercial insurance that will cover this because it is not and after the A. regulated drug under the state under the state and so that will probably be a discussion that we were here in the state legislature this year I'm sure we will have that discussion as well also as you know this is right now is in any election reform and the legislature did pass on some law that would allow for eighty eight metered dose inhaler that's not a thing that's not smoking it's one of the compound is placed into an inhaler similar to what you have for delivery of medicines for asthma or other type of you know the diseases and the reason for that is that you can get a more rapid response in the southern alternative delivery system our versus having to take it all away right final thoughts Mike well you know we're all been working hard we can continue to work hard at this point we have to make sure that the production system stays in place we're trying to get LSU and southern both at full production and everyone has worked very hard to get this in place also that they'll be no doctor shopping because there is a reporting mechanism were also keeping records on the effect of the drugs as well if there are any type of country indications and that is gonna be studied by the board of medical examiners the board of pharmacy my office and you know the other medical professionals well thank you for the update we really appreciate it and I know there are a lot of people that are excited about having this opportunity in order the treat those listed ailments as you so adequately were able to recount far better than I would have but I can tell you and we thank you for your
Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy
"That at knuckle heads bar and grill in Parma Ohio perfect name they disclose the CVS across the street had received more pain pills over a seven year period than any other drug store in Cuyahoga county over six million pills in a seven year period so less than a hundred thousand pills now six doesn't know no nothing less than a million pills per year we put it out just slightly less that's all I don't know if that's allotted to CVS go to a CVS their business what they're off they're everywhere they're busy so there was a homeless encampment just beyond the CVS is a popular place for her when users and this one guy who got caught up in all of this is I don't blame CVS he condemned the drug companies may large profits and encourage doctors to prescribe opioids if I'm a drug company I I of course I'm going to try and sell my product there's been approved by the food drug administration of course I am that's what you do that's what they're in business to do that's why I mean I I you got to hang it on that's why the doctors make a lot of money had been given a lot of responsibility they're the ones who have to oversee this in the pharmacies have to be careful about making sure that there's no fraud involved and they do have these programs now to make sure that you're not out doctor shopping so who's to blame this trial is underway they're gonna try and sued the drug makers I I don't know it sounds like these opioids been around a long enough time to to were doctors you're the doctor the colleagues he was he was very cautious I presume most doctors are specially with something new and I'm not going to take the word of a pharmaceutical sales person I'm gonna do my research what is what do the studies say and does the FDA did the FDA say anything in their literature that were proving this but caution caution caution this has it's highly
Measles has cost California counties $400K this year so far
"Measles outbreak, having financial impact on California counties, doctors and political leaders are worry we could see larger outbreaks in higher costs unless there's some legislative change the forty four cases of measles in the state. This year is double what it was at twenty eight teen the cost of dealing with it more than four hundred thousand dollars. Dr John king regional health officer for western of south LA county says cost climb rapidly. When you realize what they have to do once, they find a case of measles in a populated area document exposure, we need to document, whether they expose people actually have immunizations against particular disease. Dr king believes one way to minimize the possibility of widespread disease outbreaks to increase vaccination levels in school elsewhere, passing laws, which reduce the prospect of patients in gauge. Thing in doctor shopping get bogus medical vaccination exemptions for school age. Children in short. The county. Health department will be the only one to grant medical
NFL concussion fund pays out $485M, but legal fights resume
"Til legal fights continue as nearly half. A billion dollars has been paid out of the NFL concussion fund. Correspondent John Stolnis has more. So far four hundred eighty five million dollars has been paid out in the two years since a settlement was agreed to between the league and former players who are dealing with injuries stemming from concussions, but some players lawyers are going back to court saying there aren't enough doctors in the approved networks to evaluate all the dementia claims they're asking a court to remove a restriction. That says the former players must be tested by doctors within one hundred fifty miles of their home as stipulation the league wanted in place to prevent fraud. And doctor shopping funded ministers said initially ex players from all over the country. We're going to the same four doctors who have since been dismissed from the program due to some suspect
California bill could ban anti-vaccine parents from doctor-shopping for medical exemptions
"California's schools have seen an increase of medical exemptions for vaccine since personal exemptions were limited a few years ago. But it turns out a lot of them may not be legitimate. San Diego, assemblywoman lorraina Gonzales says these rampant fake medical exemptions are putting children at risk. There was a single doctor writing a third of all for the San Diego unified school district. And if you look at the effect of what is happening we have about half a dozen schools where the kindergarten class has fallen below the herd immunity standard. She says doctors like this are making it too easy to get around the current law literally on their websites have the list of ways that you can come get a medical exemption from immunizations they're selling these exemptions. It's wrong, and we need to do better by our kids anew Bill by assemblywoman Gonzales and state, Senator Dr Richard pan would change the law. So that medical exemptions would have to be approved by the State Department of
"doctor shopping" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Kathy to join me in the studio to talk about the project. I'm a huge personal finance nerd, and so when we started talking about doing a series about money and the economy, I was like, yes, give it to me all of it. And then I feel like other people's eyes glazed over, but then you know, we broadened out and we're talking more. More generally about the economy in a how it's sort of built for straight sister'd, folks. And how us queer folks to fit into it to open when you started working on this. Are you equally fascinated by personal finance, Cathy? I would say I fall into the camp of cover my eyes and look through the cracks between my fingers at money. Why is that I think like a lot of people at feel scary to talk about you know, like talking about money somehow, even though it's sort of like, it's it's a hard number thing. It feels very personal. And it feels like it's a reflection of how you live your life. And so I think that's partly why we wanted to do the series. Also, it's there's this intersection of numbers telling you a story about how people of their lives and how the world influences them. There's so much shame associated with this one. This is it's interesting when we first had the idea for this project. We put it out. We have a Facebook group for people who listen on the show and. When we were sort of thinking is thing as thing that we all live with we just sort of loosely put out the do you feel like the economy is not built for you? And we got such a flood of people sort of sighing in relief of like, yes, this is the thing I've thought about but never articulated had to say a little bit. Because basically everything about being trans gender woman is expensive doctor shopping therapist shopping buying hormones saving up for surgeries. And all that good stuff. I am hoping that I would love to be married to another woman, and then both of us are going to be affected by the gender pay gap. And honestly, I think that's why I've grayer the night. Most women my age, I find at least in my own experiences that it's been it's proven to be a lot more difficult to find work than before. I was presenting his new, and then my myself being a transfer of color as even another layer to that just. Being the flood of people being like, yes, I'm not alone to me that was the worth of doing the project talking about it the episode that comes out today is about having kids while queer I understand that. This was one of the most requested topics. Can you tell me a little bit about that? How did that come together? Yeah. What we hear all the time from listeners who are saying, you know, my partner, and I are starting to explore the options, and as it turns out, you have to be very aware of the financial burden when you can't go the quote unquote, traditional way of having kids, which is not to take away from straight opposite sex couples who also sometimes after explore via for adoption. But I think we were interested in looking at how queer couples a lot of them by default have to start from the more expensive options. And how does that affect them? When I did my research and looked into the different ways that queer couples make families I landed on a technique called or Supra Katayev, basically in eggs taken from one partner in its fertilized. And then carried by the other partner, but I'm really were. About how expensive it's going to be just hope my future wife is rich. I think the thing that surprised me most was just couples talking to us about legal expenses that they weren't into painting afterwards, especially if the child is only biologically one of yours, and then the partner has to figure out how do you legally protect your parental rights while then lawyers have to get involved in you have to navigate the specific laws in your state when they vital records came down and asked who the father was she says there is no father. There are two two women my wife, and I so they refused to put my name on the versa ticket..
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WLAC
"Drive by shootings. Hitting them a good chunk of the country. Though, we saw the other day of a major, you know, quote, unquote, bipartisan agreement on opioids the vote was ninety eight to one in the Senate. And the one vote was Mike Lee. He was the no on the Bill, and man if that doesn't make me hesitate and wonder what the hell is in Bill. Oh, nervous mean if Mike voting on some Mike Lee. Can I just say I'm sorry, Pat as a guy who lives in excruciating pain, his whole life? As me a guy who has woken up on the operating table. They cannot keep me down. My body doesn't process that stuff like other people, and I've woken up in the middle of surgery scared the hell out of the gist. But but woken up they can't keep they take it takes Fenton all to keep me down. So I sure do appreciate those drugs. So yeah, I just did an interview with. Oh, shoot from the five. He's friend of ours. Eric Bolling did the first interview with him about his son and opioids and everything else. It's a powerful powerful interview. But his stance now is those all should be banned. They should not make them at all the old opioid any opioids should be banned. It should not be even available to anybody. I disagree with that is so wrong. Yeah. For example, a ability to live it makes life miserable. Yeah. You can you can handle getting through your daily activities, otherwise you'd be curled up in a ball and pain somewhere. And you'd you'd end up killing yourself. Uh-huh horrific. Yeah. Yeah. If you don't have that. I mean, it doesn't even it doesn't even navigate all the pain. It just makes me not care. You just don't care. You're still in pain. You just don't care as much, and there does seem to be a legitimate medical use for a lot of people to use opioids in that. If. Different to use. You can get addicted. Did you get to your body? It's only normal your body gets addicted and it's hell to get off of. But I don't know about you. But my doctors are really vigilant about militant owning they are if they've gotten acts absolutely Nazi ask about I know your doctor because we have the same back Dr. And we were talking about it. And I always bring you up because he's always what I bring you up. He's because I'll always say patties in so much pain. He's like, I think he's one of the worst pain patients that I have. He's like, I don't know how he does it. And so we always talk about it. And he's told me that his his the government is coming down on opioids so hard. It's like, I don't know. How people like Pat are going to really I mean. Yeah, it's gonna be hard. It's going to be hard. And they're you know, you gotta do drug testing ever almost every time. Now almost every time to make sure you're not doctor shopping, I guess in getting drugs from somebody. Else? And you don't have anything in your system. But what's supposed to be there? Almost every time. I go get a drug test seriously. Uh-huh. After an interesting allegation. Right. The idea that different doctors would have different approaches to a particular medical ailment is not surprising. Right. Like, you would go to a doctor because you think they're treating it better than maybe somebody else. That's not doctor shopping. Well, that's what I'm saying is the search for doctor shopping allegations can sometimes encompass some people were people who are. Legitimate. Yeah. Yeah. But there are a lot of people who will go and try to get you know, whatever they can from somebody. Pernicious drugs. But it's like anything is the internet bad now. Right. It can be it can be are are these opioids bad. It can be. I mean, it's it's like anything with real power. And in the hands of each human. You have the choice you can use them to alleviate pain or you can use them the way they're not supposed to be used, and it's a very hard thing. But you just got be rock solid. And it it is hard. It's really hard. Yeah. But banning them is a is a good idea. That's it's again prohibition the drug war. That's not the way.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Hitting them a good chunk of the country. Though, we saw the other day of a major, you know, quote, unquote, bipartisan agreement on opioids the vote was ninety eight to one in the Senate. And the one vote was Mike Lee. He was the no on the Bill, and man if that doesn't make me hesitate and wonder what the hell is in Bill. Let's be nervous. I mean if Mike voting on some like, Michael drug victims, right? Can I just say I'm sorry, Pat as a guy who lives in excruciating pain, his whole life? As me a guy who has woken up on the operating table. They cannot keep me down. My body doesn't process that stuff like other people, and I've woken up in the middle of surgery scared. They hell out of the anesthesiologist, but but woken up they can't keep they take it takes Fenton all to keep me down. So I sure do appreciate those drugs. So yeah, I just did an interview with. Oh, shoot from the five. He's a friend of ours bowl, and Eric Bolling did the first interview with him about his son and opioids and everything else. It's a powerful powerful interview. But his stance now is those all should be banned. They should not make them at all the opioid any opioids should be banned. They should not be even available to anybody. I disagree with that is so wrong. Yeah. People amenability to live in it makes life bearable. Yeah. You can you can handle getting through your daily activities, otherwise you'd be curled a ball and pain somewhere. And you'd you'd end up killing yourself. Horrific. Yeah. Yeah. If you don't have that. I mean, it doesn't even doesn't even navigate all the pain. It just makes me not care. You just don't care. You're still in pain. You just don't care as bungee. And there does seem to be a legitimate medical use for a lot of people to use opioids in that. If. Is different than us. You can get addicted. You get to your body. It's only normal your body gets addicted and it's hell to get off. But I don't know about you. But my doctors are really vigilant on by militant owning they are they've gotten acts absolutely Nazi ask about your doctor. We we have the same back Dr. And we were talking about it. And I always bring you up because he's always when I bring you up. He's because I'll always say Pat is in so much pain. He's like, I think he's one of the worst pain patients that I have he's like, I don't know how he does it. And so we always talk about it. And he's told me that his his the government is coming down on opioids so hard. I don't know how people like Pat are going to really I mean, it's going to be hard. It's going to be hard. And they're you know, you gotta do drug test almost every time. Now almost every time to make sure you're not doctor shopping, I guess in getting drugs from somebody. Else? And you don't have anything in your system. But what's supposed to be there? Almost every time. I go I get a drug test seriously. It's an interesting allegation. Right. Yeah. The idea that different doctors would have different approaches to a particular medical ailment is not surprising. Right. Like, you would go to a doctor because you think they're treating it better than maybe somebody else. That's not doctor shopping. What I'm saying is the search for doctor shopping allegations can sometimes encompass some people who are doing something legitimate. Yeah. Yeah. But there are a lot of people who will go and try to get you know, whatever they can from somebody there pernicious drugs. But it's like anything is the internet bad now. Right. It can be it can be are are these opioids bad. It can be. I mean, it's it's like anything with real power. And in the hands of each human. You have the choice you can use them to alleviate pain or you can use them the way they're not supposed to be used, and it's a very hard thing. But she just got to be rock solid. It is hard. It's really hard. But banning them is a just a good idea. It's a it's again prohibition the drug war. That's not the way you deal with it..
Moms of 11 children found at "filthy" compound arrested
"Center, with more that would be, the two thousand seventeen Arizona. Opioid emergency response report now it does show the number of opioid related deaths increased in two thousand seventeen Dr care Chris with the State Department of health services says that was. Not unexpected given national trends now on the other hand the number of naloxone prescriptions which, is an overdose anti overdose truck has increased between July in. September of two thousand seventeen fewer than nine hundred per month in may this year we had almost thirty five hundred dispensed Chris says fewer. People also appear on the four and four report which helps doctor's track who may be doctor shopping for opioid, sleep scene is sixty two. Percent decline in, the number Patients and in fact it's done so well that. I hear the board of pharmacy is. Going to switch to a three by three report live in the news center Kathy Klein KTAR news over the. Weekend sheriff's deputies in northern New Mexico and the desert. There found a buried trailer that served as a home for. More than a dozen people including eleven children investigators had known for some time about the little compound near the New Mexico Colorado. Line, they were aware that children and women were living there and then we got some credible. Information that the welfare of the children had been compromised so at that point we decided. To, take action immediately couch, county New Mexico sheriff's sergeant Jason rail says eleven filthy starving. Children were discovered the two aren't men running the place where taken into custody as were the. Three women all of, them facing felony child abuse charges Jim. Ryan ABC news KTAR is on immigration a federal judge ruling the, Trump administration must fully restored the DACA program that protects young immigrants. From deportation it must also begin accepting new applications However. The ruling has no immediate affect the district court judges saying I'm gonna give you twenty days to appeal. My decision to the court of appeals That's Phoenix immigration attorney Ray Ibarra Maldonado there. Were twenty eight thousand DACA recipients in Arizona with the Trump administration announced it was ending the program attorney general Jeff Sessions disagrees with. The judge's decision he issued a statement today that the Obama administration violated its. Duty, to enforce our immigration laws by implementing a Don. Enforcement immigration, policy he said that the Trump administration's actions. Reestablished illegal policies consistent with the law Good news for Star. Trek fans Patrick Stewart has announced over the weekend that he'll be reprising his role as John Luc Picard. And the new Star Trek series for CBS all access though not much been revealed about the new.
Three dead, seven injured in New Orleans shooting
"To FOX in. Food Fox News. I standout burger this summer, chef author and busy mom Jen Seagal says she's, hit on a. Winning recipe the steakhouse burgers one. Of my most popular recipes the ones upon a chef author says she used. To work in a, steakhouse most, steakhouses us closely guarded. Recipes special cuts of meat so I found a way to do it with, just ordinary supermarket ground beef, her secret something called a it's a French word for a mixture of bread and. Milk that actually tenderizer meat you just mash up a little bit of bread with milk and a. Little. Bit of garlic moisture sure Cise more seasoning Len that with the beef two pieces of white sandwich bread cut into small pieces to. About three pounds of eighty five percent lean ground beef to a third Cup of low fat milk for more go to. Our FOX and, food podcast I'm the Liam Fox news and. This is FOX and food A. n. s. s. news now. I'm max power h one thousand seven, year old. Man who was shot in. The neck and the early, morning hours yesterday and died later as a result, of that shooting. Has Wichita police looking for the. Unknown shooter of thority say an unknown suspect shot the victim outside of a. Home in the twenty, one hundred, block of self palisade. Police say they don't have a motive but they don't believe the shooting was, random so far this year, Wichita has had thirty two homicides he series of shootings in south Texas yesterday has. Left five people dead FOX's Carmen Roberts reports police responding to a shooting at a nursing home near. Corpus. Christi Texas say when they arrived they found two men and a woman dead family members later urged Rob's town police to check victims. Nearby home as where police discovered two more men also dead police say the shootings appear to be linked but no word. What sparked the, killings the, gunman is among the dead Carmen Roberts, Fox News multiple deaths and injuries after a shooting in New Orleans, more now from FOX's Paul Stevens. Three people are dead seven others hurt. Following a Saturday night shooting in New, Orleans about three miles from the French quarter we believe that there were two individuals, clothed. With what we believe, to be hoods that approached from behind right in front. The doctor shops and opened fire one with we believe a rifle one with the hang on. Shooting multiple subjects, ten in total New Orleans police superintendent, Michael Harrison no, details yet on the. Injured victims conditions Paul Stevens Fox News Thirty two year old chance Smith, of Lawrence Kansas was arrested Friday in officially charged with involuntary. Manslaughter and to counter Bagger Vaden endangerment of a child for the death of his one year old daughter autumn back in September of twenty seventeen Smith told police at the time that he had left two toddlers watching TV for about five to ten. Minutes to let his dog out and smoke a cigarette but when he returned he found the boy. Crying in autumn in his bedroom, injured Smith told police that he usually kept his gun in the closet but the night, before he had placed it under his beds mattress Smith is being held on a ten thousand dollar bond a man who. Fled from Kansas prison has now earned himself in additional ten plus years for that escape Allen Hurst is already serving twenty years in Missouri for the two thousand thirteen, escape as well as a term for burglary and theft, in Kansas, his new sentence of one, hundred thirty, months in, Leavenworth county will run consecutive to his other. Sentences Phil Hildebrand Cayenne NSS news partly sunny for this afternoon temperatures will stay in the low eighties for tonight we might get a, shower or thunderstorm after midnight low in the mid sixties this is K n s s meteorologist Steve Hamilton right now in Wichita wind out of the north at ten miles an hour gusting up the. Twenty two it's partly, cloudy and eighty two k. n. s. news now I'm max power they all think alike they're all the same rush on the. Drive by media are they colluding to give us the same, news how is it there reporters always wind up at the. Same places saying identical things do they all use the same wire stories all use the same fax machine the same press releases do they all how does this happen.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And go v bolton look that up doe v bolton on the same day and it was adobe bolton that said even the emotional health of the mother justifies an abortion and that's where we're at we are at a situation where if you feel like having abortion it's okay and the science of tolerating news to report to you of course not that'd be like prohibition but we should have severe restrictions on late term abortion midterm abortion because that's what the american people want in poll after poll after poll look here's what i'll say i think that there is legitimate arguments for life of the mother and that's a very tough moral issue right and i do believe that you should care for the mother and if the life of the danger now the concern is is that then every liberal doctor out there will just say oh well the life of the mother was at risk so therefore we allow for the abortion they write on the chart and how can you argue with a doctor's perspective right there are going to be doctors the same type of doctors you can do doctor shopping for pain medication can do doctor shopping for for all sorts of different things there are corrupt doctors out there the same way this corrupt people in every profession even even pastors for goodness sakes my point is you allow those caveats and there will be a massive abuse and fraud of that caveat i truly believe our job is to protect the life of a mother but also protect the child and i believe that abortions number one reason happens is for birth control as you stated earlier and that's the reason why i believe that roe v wade should be overturned i agree it's a bad decision even some even some choice as i'm sure you know even some pro choice people think it was a bad decision because it was predicated on the rights a doctor to do what he wanted it wasn't even predicated on the rights of a woman and that's what's so bizarre about this whole thing but you know we let the sexual revolution get out of hand and here's what we got thank you sir thank you one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on KGO 810
"Under section and when doctor shopping who got this this medication but they kind of thought it was okay jackson particular could not sleep he went down the line various different description as you know the hospital resolved in your bedroom right couldn't sleep he's kind of come you say theme yes i wanna i wanna start with with marilyn monroe as the book does because it's kind of in chronological order and she passed in august of nineteen sixty two and here's something that i don't know that people are aware of and we sort of look at the context the height of the cold war we have the the the missile crisis with cuba looming and people who weren't alive then i wasn't but i you know i've read about it and i've talked to people who were alive people don't realize that that's how close the world was to nuclear disaster everyone was on edge and with this cuban missile crisis that was on the horizon and people really thought this was the end so here we have marilyn monroe who was a closet communist as you point out in the book it seems an her marriage to arthur miller who was certainly a left leaning i don't know if he was a communist but he was certainly far to the left how much did that have to do do you think with her death good question i mean that's one thing was surprised me looking through the records on her life there is some of the most salacious things have done corporate salacious stuff but there's also mentioned also to mexico in a meeting with the communist sympathizers and that's what two two specifically then there is a relationship with jazz hey i'm apparently with his brother no just a relationship a sexual relationship and so if you put those two things together the most powerful man in america and his brother who is then the attorney general and you put a possible communist sympathizer and then you put the fact that both those can be brothers married explosive situation and i think most of the life of mountain she found herself in situations that she had untangling themselves from puts these kind of situations together you know again not much has been written about i feel like a little bit he's been lost in the time when you look at some of these situations and some of the the threat of knowledge the situation may publish the status quo in space at that time as you say tend to books you saw off your question some of those questions those often with him very surprising well you mentioned her dalliance with with president was pillow talk no doubt she kept a diary the infamous red diary again you mentioned you know we talk about the the fact that she was a closet communist khrushchev apparently was fascinated with her wanted desperately demeanor and i think she him you think that she was perceived by j edgar hoover and others as a national security risk was she for example threatening to go public with the contents of her diary.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WGTK
"They're improving and performed by one of our friends of our show dr eddie simon kirk i don't know if you know trista called me almost every hour she was so concerned no i didn't know that call me every hour she could he'd been he'd been in surgery now for about fifteen minutes i said how long it's gonna take about four hours you're gonna call me fifteen minutes she called me several times and told me that that you were doing well so doctor shopping so far so good i got a beautiful letter from him to he told me how pleasant you were and he said you and i have similar sense of humor now think anybody's ever said that before say that one before kirk i was just thinking you know when you and i were living at valencia street dennis you me we all slept in the same bedroom who knew that mom and dad were being cruel and immoral i mean look i mean i guess it was a detention center i mean my goodness all of the same room kirk tiny room who knew it was it was interesting but i there's a lot of families that go through that i'm not even sure we had windows in that room you know i don't think we don't think we did too late to sue mom and dad for for cruel inhumane treatment fastback let bridge crook are you into the world cup not really i've been kind of looking at it on and off i'm not a big soccer fan but it's interesting to see the country's go play against each other.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WDRC
"And again for a toothache i mean i've had teeth paul i've never needed an opioid and i think it's it's very frightening that people don't realize how easy it is to become hooked on an opioid medication i also did a paper maybe fifteen years ago on subtle suicide attempts with medications involving seniors and here these are so prevalent there were round people develop over the potent people to fill up a well they need more and more to get the kind of reaction that they're hoping to get its dependence that built and it's actually a physiological change so people are taking it and then they stop and then they go back and take the amount that they were taking they can very easily and do over overdose on the other the other point is just earlier today i was reading from the connecticut department of consumer protection the down trending numbers of opioids that are being prescribed in connecticut not a a massive drop but a but an immeasurable drop over the past three years as the legislation that you vote defect has spread out to the prescribers but that's just read a statistic like that and and my mind just has to see both sides of it and i get so worried that maybe more older people who aren't getting the fix fed because they need it or else they're going to feel much more sick if they don't have the opioids that they're now resorting to off market or non prescribed lord knows what they're getting maybe it we're coming to a point where sadly it's the grandparents that are turning to the grandchildren to get the drugs i personally would know where to go to buy a drug that wasn't intended for me but our young people to our older people to the way this particular presentation came about as i had been asked if i would do one because adult children of seniors were coming to a particular group and saying they were concerned about their adult their senior parents because they were doctor shopping and pharmacy shopping and shopping another country's trying to get hold of opioid medications so in the presentation i'm doing today i talk about some of the signs somebody might see some of the reasons that people get hooked on these drugs without intending to and if you look at no your audience can't see this but one of the slides i'm going to.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Research was done by pharmaceutical companies interested in sir there's more research than nowadays by universities by boston college and things like that are showing that no like all drugs of addiction the earlier you start on any addictive sussman for more likely that you will later on developed the tendency to become addicted to that the big problem with adhd is we don't have a lot of good diagnostic procedures for it we we can medically diagnosed sys diagnosed diagnosed with a brain scans and with different processes but that's rarely done most of the diagnosis of adhd and children and in adults is based upon just complaints within that person or observed behaviors and when you get that going on you get a whole bunch of other issues at at bay for instance parents want their kids do well in school their kids aren't doing as well in school they would want him to and there i thought islam maybe they were on some surf stimulant methamphetamine helped me when going and they'll go doctor shopping he'll go to doctor after doctor until they finally find one that would be willing to prescribe this kid with with adder or something like that because they say they have adhd and once that happens they're now showing that there is a greater tendency to develop addiction later on in life great concern we should be having about these drugs does it do anything to the brain as a youth i mean where do they get a fine ten years from now in in what it's done because it has to have some effect doesn't it using it that often i mean the brain is the brain isn't fully developed that you know when you're born up slowly right after you're born and then you go through ways of maturation ways of connection and it takes the most executive brain frontal cortex really until you're forty before it gets fully hardwired at least until you're twenty five before become even functional.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Very young age and putting people on on stimulant drugs concert ritalin date you talk about atarot things like that for a long time when they first came out there's a lot of research saying that if we started kids with true adhd on those medications at an early age it actually worked the opposite actually protected and that they would not develop any kind of addictive processes in that might be true or might not be the problem was most of the research was done by pharmaceutical companies interest in it sir there's more research being done nowadays by universities by boston college and things like that are showing that no like all drugs of addiction the earlier you start on any addictive substance more likely that you will later on developed the tendency to become addicted to that the big problem with adhd is we don't have a lot of good diagnostic procedures for it we we can medically diagnosed diagnosed diagnosed with a brain scans and with different processes but that's rarely done most of the diagnosis of adhd in children and in adults is based upon just complaints within that person or observed behaviors and when you get back going on you get a whole bunch of other issues at bay for instance parents want their kids do well in school their kids aren't doing as well in school they would want him to and there i thought is well maybe if they were on some surf stimulus who who like methamphetamine measure helped me when i was going to and they'll go doctor shopping doctor after docking till they finally find one there will be willing to prescribe to the skid with religion or with adder or something like that because they say they have adhd and once that happens they're not showing that there.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WEEI
"And the the broken down roster and these guys some of them will come back and all that my takeaway was pretty clear that at least based on these quotes kevin mchale is not not betting on his former teammate danny age the celtics to ride the train ride the train to the top of the eastern conference so here's the question based on this quote from kevin mchale and some other people that are banging the drum that with kyrie irving going around doctor shopping trying to get second and third medical opinions that this is a sign of armageddon basketball armageddon and that the majority now maybe that's not the majority but but it seems like there's a ground swell among the the basketball deep thinkers that this is it the celtics are on ice and with kyrie irving not they're they're done and that they should just as the quote essentially indicated here wait till now next year so the question is it time for the celtics to throw in the towel that's it i'm done we cannot win it is over now my stance and this is my default position this is this has been my default position when when these things come up in any particular sport but we're talking about the celtics right now talking basketball my my perspective is no my we've got premature in deep and i've got pet peeves so we'll link all this stuff together a we are still waiting for the other shoe to drop or the other need to drop and i use the maller scale of panic last night.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WLOB
"And now that he started getting into you know dr shopping and all your yeah well that's would happen ah prince right i mean us thing i mean prints was uh dr shopping and so he was addicted to and i don't know how prince i don't know what was the initial thing the guy prince addicted was was he somebody who had a surgery or i understand that he had hip surgery and that also i mean when you're jumping off pianos ensure heels rive you're gonna end up hurting i mean it yeah same thing having with eddie van halen doing those wild rives like he did with a guitar and david lee rival lire again god and so in so with prince he he gets addicted to all this stuff and right and you're absolutely right at prince goes doctor shopping and and they had if i remember right he had four or five a different dr and so in nobody seemed to and i don't know if this is a failure of the system but you've got a guy like prince who is going to all of these different doctors and i guess there's no central there's no central database that shows that this guy is getting oxycodone from three or four different doctors in a general area and if i wanted to dr shop there's a walgreens right down the street there's a there's a young walmart dead scott a pharmacy to and and so there's a number of different pharmacies and probably got four or five pharmacies within twenty minutes of where i live and so if i wanted to dr shop i could very easily in so i don't know if they're they're working on some sort of a some sort of universal database to figure out a way that they can monitor whether people are dr shopping but if they haven't than they really need to do that because that's ultimately what killed prince and if they can figure out a way to find out if people are dr shopping then they can get that person.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"In the medical literature in the mid to late 90s and um you know it's a challenge but we're definitely seeing movement there i don't jesse in the work that you'd have done you see um in the the addicts that you work with in um and helping them through recovery is is that it was it a part of their that they were able to do this sort of a doctor shopping herb um finding those sources and that that played a role in them getting nearer into addiction do you hear those stories regularly and may be less now because of what's happening yeah i mean you know it's the uh the cliche where there's a will there's a way right right right in which thing is that you know we talk about the lowering of doctors prescribing in the seventeen percent reduction in that or for the seventy million less rather and uh like when you think about that and you think about you know you'll see stories about like huge boss you know rate conned heroin in this and the other thing but but that's just kind of like a snapshot what you don't see as the fallout of the people who were relying good things as there as their survival mechanisms then then they turned to you and that's why then you see the heroin in the mortality rates increase from the illegal substances right you know because we're cutting off what we're cutting off the supply but we're not addressing demand and and again like i i think there's been some great work with local partners especially because they can i'm so grateful that you brought up like there were some just not cool things put out there in the nineties you know like we should be prescribing this stuff and now kind of backtracking from that and interim doctors in or stations taking kind of accountability but and now going from like this we uh uh muddle to a responsive responsible model like we're gonna have uh you know hospitals have access to prison peers we're gonna have literature in the rooms we're going to have some time these really difficult conversations with people because we know.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Quick said a primaries i remember that the warned drugs was a crackdown on crack in communities of color uh during that the 90s and so many people were incarcerated there was not this push to three opioids a as a public health crisis in now and they're ease and pushed to treat is a public health crisis so to your answer to your question specifically like we should treat this is a public health crisis both my parents were due to the drugs they needed be incarcerated they needed treatment and recovery so like that's where we should shift our resources it is interesting to see what's happening now because while the rhetoric in khorasan i talk about this while the rhetoric with regard to opioids is is more public health crisis e in this moment especially because why people are are overdosing in record numbers the reaction to it at the policy level has actually still them really punitive or might be so what's going under reported ease the story broke that there is a prescription drug monitoring program all fifty states are part of did you know about this rally people love i saw the headline but i didn't at at at on over a in missouri was the last date to join a innocently they're tracking people who use a set of prescription drugs in what they say they're doing is to monitor whether your doctor shopping you're not like whether you have the same prescription from hosted doctors and so at that but there are a lot of people who think the dislexia infringing on hip wa people who you know because in some states you don't even need a warrant the police who need a warrant to get like your medical history with regard to prescriptions and things like that so the response to the opioid crisis in this moment can actually lead to less protection of people's civil rights uh which is an interesting take one at the lake has not actually breaking there in the public space.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WTVN
"Wednesday this wednesday tiger woods will face his first court hearing a prescription drug dui charge remember tiger woods arrested not long ago wednesday he scheduled for arraignment in court willie show up willie nacho up a one of his representative show up we don't know but here's what i do know here's what i believe in order to start wiping out the oath be it addiction across our country we need several things to occur number one we need to get away from blaming everybody i get tired when i get sick and tired when her mike dewine say he's gonna sue all the drubbing drug manufacturers but he's not going to sued the distributors he's not going to sue the doctors he's not going suv pharmacies just the bad guys the drug companies that's a problem i totally disagrees mike dewine on that we need a complete reset on that when i say reset we are wiped the slate clean all the parties involved have got to get together and we've got to get rid of pill mills we've got a police doctor shopping and we've got to keep addicts from going dr doctor and getting scripts and we gotta get him off the streets those of things we gotta do but it all starts with talking about at first it all starts with breathed out the public and one of the things about the radio's it's anonymous says i continue to talk about this subject you can weigh in with your opinion with your story with your heartfelt situation change up her name i don't care nobody's going to judge you i'm not going to judge on that we got a problem and the longer we go without longer we go without talking about it longer we go without discussing the problem and solutions than a longer the problem gets and the more it weighs on you your family your loved ones our system our health care and our people as a get poison this listener i'm talk about sent.
"doctor shopping" Discussed on WWL
"No land you know maybe not in your name in our union mark dr let you do that you will act the lauded hardening everything they were gonna get in every why not well when you when you name your yard and at the integrated network graham mark only now boy of review get ninety nine right bennett not right a whole new honda a lot of it i think and i i think is a patient you have tomas be careful because if you have a complaint say a knee problem and you're gonna notice the pediatric surgeon and then you go have some other type of problem and you got a different doctor if they both prescribe you've pain medicine it could look like your doctor shopping and i don't think the pharmacy with honor the prescription anyway would they it it it oh hey way in power it laverick any i have not been they they but it will hey are they were they now maverick even the doctor on their are and they had three out of office at dawn appreciate you call and i really do spend as much time with us as you did and trying new give us some background information so if you think and our parretti jaguar opinion poll is asking you who's to blame for this opioid crisis that is being i talked about a mood do you think it's the doctors prescribed medicine or do you think it's the people let abuse it and do you think the government is getting in the way of your doctor given your medicine a your treatment the other thing retired about his road rage admire people so angry after that 73 a year old man in slidell got beaten up thursday morning by 19 and 26yearold and has a story in houston that i think makes its makes the point that people are some progressive presents mindfloness with flo you are a mighty fortress of supreme knowledge progressive direct has not only revealed their rates but those of their competitors if you're on the morning now you would be drowning who now compare progressive direct rates with competitors' rates because knowledge is power visit progressivecom progressive casualty.