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YOUR PHARMACY IS NOW A PART OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THIS IS FAR BIGGER A PROBLEM IN AMERICA THAN FACEBOOK
THE DEA HAS FAILED AMERICA
The DEA has failed America by sequestering legitimate licensed medical professionals. Just like the liquor prohibition of 1934, the government promoted the idea that liquor was dangerous.
Today we see existing efforts as the government goes after legitimate licensed medical professionals, we are now witnessing the growth the rapid growth of the illegal use of fentanyl.
According to a September 18, 2018 article from the New York Times, called ” The Drug Enforcement Administration has proved itself incompetent for decades,” written by Leo Beletsky and Jeremiah Goulka a Professor then faculty director of Northeastern University’s Health in Justice Action Lab, where Jeremiah Goulka was a senior fellow.
“Every day, nearly 200 people across the country die from drug overdoses. Opioids have been the primary driver of this calamity: first as prescription painkillers, then heroin, and, more recently, illicitly manufactured fentanyl. The death toll has risen steadily over the past two decades.
The Drug Enforcement Administration, the agency that most directly oversees access to opioids, deserves much of the blame for these deaths. Because of its incompetence, the opioid crisis has gone from bad to worse. The solution: overhauling the agency, or even getting rid of it entirely.”
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THE DEA-DOJ INTRUSION INTO MEDICAL CARE HAS RESULTED IN YOUR CREDIT CARD COMPANY OWNING YOUR MEDICAL DATA
a) How much data sharing goes on between the entities?
Monitoring of controlled substance prescribing is a recent phenomenon that owes its appearance to the opioid epidemic.
Doctors are now put in a position to be law enforcement, counterintuitive to their training. As medical students, physicians learn to conduct a history and physical.
The patient’s story is a centerpiece of the history, and there is a truth bias. Physicians are being asked to doubt what patients tell them and approach each encounter as someone who is “drug-seeking.” This harms the physician-patient relationship directly.
COMPLAINTS OF MEDICATION PROFILING AND OUT-RIGHT DISCRIMINATION BY PHARMACISTS
The DEA has caused the rapid growth of illegal drugs within this country. They have closed their eyes on the illegal use in sales and have refocused their efforts on licensed medical professionals. While the country is losing the war on drugs.
The DEA has claimed there is an opiate crisis within America. Yet this agency has failed to identify locations in the sources of this opiate crisis. They blame doctors, pharmacists, pharmaceutical companies, and the American people for being in pain.
Yet while these licensed professionals are losing their licenses and or going to prison. The illegal use and sales of fentanyl, heroin, powder cocaine, and amphetamines are increasing according to the National Drug Control Policy, located in the White House exceeding 100 billion dollars a year.
Courts in California and Oklahoma have further concluded this rise is unrelated to prescription opioids or Big Pharma manufacturers.
CONGRESS MUST CLEAN UP THIS MESS
FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN