Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said Monday in Washington, D.C. that he would support his state studying whether it should require medical and dental schools to teach all students courses in pain management and addiction. Wolf said such a measure could be one way to make sure doctors do not over-prescribe highly-addictive opioid medication.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said Monday in Washington, D.C. that he would support his state studying whether it should require medical and dental schools to teach all students courses in pain management and addiction. Wolf said such a measure could be one way to make sure doctors do not over-prescribe highly-addictive opioid medication. adouglas@mcclatchydc.com Anna Douglas
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said Monday in Washington, D.C. that he would support his state studying whether it should require medical and dental schools to teach all students courses in pain management and addiction. Wolf said such a measure could be one way to make sure doctors do not over-prescribe highly-addictive opioid medication. adouglas@mcclatchydc.com Anna Douglas

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