The percentage of patients in community-practice settings who newly initiate opioid therapy while taking gabapentin and pregabalin for postherpetic neuralgia suggest these agents should be titrated to higher and potentially more effective dosages, a study presented at the American Pain Society's 31st Annual Scientific Meeting has found.
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