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A new study from the California Workers’ Compensation Institute (CWCI) found drug tests have been added to more Workers’ Compensation pain management programs in published treatment guidelines throughout the state of California. The increased use of opioids over the past decade and growing concerns about the long-term reprecussions have influenced this increase, says CWCI.

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