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A New Service For Health Care Providers Who Prescribe Methadone To Treat Chronic Pain Or Opioid Addiction

A new service for health care providers prescribing methadone to treat chronic pain or opioid addiction -- the Physician Clinical Support System for Methadone (PCCS-M) -- opens this week with a mechanism to connect prescribers of methadone with experienced clinicians for one-to-one mentoring regarding the use of this medication.
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