Massachusetts is only an example of what we’d find in other states if they were more concerned with finding out what’s killing people who overdose. Instead, it’s often not tested adequately to find the real culprit because it’s already assumed that any sign of any opioid makes it a “prescription opioid overdose” to be added to those inflated numbers.
Opioid-related overdoses are commonly attributed to prescription opioids.
Whether true or not, our “public service” coroners just follow the path of least resistance and fall into the false confidence of their predetermined ideas.
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