The use of opioid medications in patients with chronic non-malignant pain who have drug dependence.


The use of opioid medications in the management of painful medical conditions is currently being 'rediscovered'. However, although drug-dependent patients are likely to be over-represented in the chronic pain population and are also arguably less likely to respond to non-pharmacological interventions for chronic pain, opioid medications are considered to be… (More)


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