With the opioid crisis on the minds of communities and governing bodies all over the United States, a New York doctor shares how marijuana is impacting his patients and business.

With stringent new regulations on prescribing opioids, many pain doctors are looking to alternative medicines to help patients cope beyond pills and patches.

Stakeholders in the elimination of the opioid crisis have focused on prevention and early intervention with patients.

Many doctors are still struggling to offer alternative medicines for individuals seeking relief from short-term or long-term pain.

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Kate-Madonna Hindes ~ TheFreshToast.com

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