The North Carolina Medical Board surveyed its medical licensees to see how they have responded to the opioid crisis. Of the 2,661 survey respondents, 58 percent said that their practices had been affected by the opioid crisis. Of that number, 43 percent — or 663 people — indicated that they had ceased opioid prescribing altogether. Graphic courtesy of the NC Medical Board

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