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JANUARY 8, 2018 – Although Max was injured, he refused opioids for pain treatment, keenly aware of his addiction history. But when the time came for Max to have hand surgery for an injury secondary to the accident, he was administered IV fentanyl. That’s when everything changed. “When he came out of the OR, his eyes were glazed over and he was fuzzy, struggling to speak,” Dr. Baker told Anesthesiology News. “And he said to me, ‘Dad, I need drugs.’ Starting that day, he relapsed. And within a month, he was dead.”
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