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Chronic pain sufferers say they’re being harmed by opioid crackdown

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As the U.S. seeks to curb the deadly opioid epidemic across the country, many of the estimated 50 million Americans who suffer from chronic pain say they can’t get the medications they desperately need to ease their suffering.