LINCOLN, NEBRASKA – In 2003, Carrie Howard was in a serious auto accident and was given the powerful painkiller Darvocet to manager her pain. Like many people who used the drug, she became dependent, seeking out new doctors and even dentists to write her more prescriptions for Darvocet. What Carrie and so many people like her never knew is that Darvocet , as well as other drugs containing the active ingredient propoxyphene, had been heavily criticized over the years because of its high dependency and overdose risks. At the young age of 33, Carrie became one of hundreds of people ... Read More
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