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Opioid refugees: How the fentanyl crisis led to a backlash against doctors that’s leaving people in pain | Georgia Straight Vancouver’s News & Entertainment Weekly – by Travis Lupick on March 17th, 2018

David Reid’s body has taken a few blows over its 68 years. In 1992, he was in a bad car accident that left him with a severe concussion. This affected his balance and led to a couple falls down stairs

“And I do drywall for a living,” Reid said. “I still do it because there’s not enough in a pension to really allow you to survive,” he continued. “As long as I have the oxycodone, I can get by. It allows me to work.”  

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