(By John Daley, Colorado Public Radio in reporting partnership with NPR, Colorado Public Radio and Kaiser Health News)
Seven years ago, Robert Kerley, who makes his living as a truck driver, was loading drywall when a gust of wind knocked him off the trailer. Kerley fell 14 feet and hurt his back.
For pain, a series of doctors prescribed him a variety of opioids: Vicodin, Percocet and OxyContin. Continue reading article here…
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