Jeffrey A. Singer practices general surgery in Phoenix, Arizona, and is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute.
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Doctors can’t help people in pain because of restrictive opioid policy.
Prohibition forces doctors to cut patients off from essential pain-killing medication.
We can’t eliminate the virus, but we can reduce its harm to our lives and livelihoods.
Doctors, Not Politicians, Ought To Decide Whether Off-Label Drug Use of Hydroxychloroquine Is Appropriate for COVID-19 Patients
The FDA lets doctors prescribe off-label drugs all the time. Now that there’s a pandemic, some governors have decided doctors can’t make those decisions for themselves.
Classifying heavy internet use as medical addiction leads to bad policy and inferior patient care.
The FDA should facilitate access to the the opioid-overdose antidote.
Let doctors exercise their best professional judgment and prescribe opioids-free from the chilling effects created by monitoring government agencies.
Medical tort reform is overrated. And it's probably unconstitutional.
I've voted for Republicans for president before. No more.
In the government's new war on opiates, physicians and their patients find themselves caught in the crossfire.
The truth about end-of-life counseling