Oxycodone and Percocet are both medications that are used to treat moderate to severe pain, which have important similarities and differences that people who suffer from pain and are prescr...
OxyContin abuse falling, but heroin abuse risingLast November, a pharmacist being held up in a robbery had an interesting request from her attacker: he didn't want OxyContin--he wanted methadone.
Dr. Gregory G. Davis, professor of pathology at the...
What is OxyContin?
OxyContin is the brand name for an opioid analgesic containing the active ingredient oxycodone (also found in Percocet and Percodan).
OxyContin is a legal narcotic that is...
Noncompliance and the paranoid style.
[Originally published June 27, 2007]
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