5/26/2015
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05/26/2015 - The Charleston Gazette. By Eric Eyre.
CHARLESTON - At a Raleigh County pain clinic earlier this year, state inspectors interviewed a medical director who said he tried to change pain-pill prescribing practices at the facility, but the clinic’s practice manager nixed the idea and issued a directive: “Give patients what they want.”
05/26/2015 - The Charleston Gazette. By Erin Beck.
CHARLESTON - Nicole Lynn Kees, of Inwood, screamed when she heard the guilty verdict.
05/26/2015 - The Charleston Gazette. By Erin Beck.
CHARLESTON - The state Department of Health and Human Resources is in the early stages of planning a pilot program to provide medication-assisted treatment to addicts within the criminal justice system.
05/26/2015 - The Charleston Gazette. By Kate White.
CHARLESTON - A man who owns pharmacies in Milton and Ceredo has purchased Trivillian’s Pharmacy, according to a manager of the Kanawha City store.

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