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New data: Americans filling far fewer opioid prescriptions

In 2017, the number of new patients starting opioid therapy declined by 7.8 percent. This chart shows a rolling 3-month average of new patients starting opioid prescriptions. (Source: IQVIA's Institute for Human Data Science)

In 2017, the number of new patients starting opioid therapy declined by 7.8 percent. This chart shows a rolling 3-month average of new patients starting opioid prescriptions. (Source: IQVIA's Institute for Human Data Science)

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