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    Dr. Benjamin Rathert, a family-practice doctor who also treats opioid addiction in Du Quoin, talks about the dangers of opioid overprescription and his belief that doctors need training on how to properly prescribe the addictive painkillers.

Dr. Benjamin Rathert, a family-practice doctor who also treats opioid addiction in Du Quoin, talks about the dangers of opioid overprescription and his belief that doctors need training on how to properly prescribe the addictive painkillers. znizami@bnd.com
Dr. Benjamin Rathert, a family-practice doctor who also treats opioid addiction in Du Quoin, talks about the dangers of opioid overprescription and his belief that doctors need training on how to properly prescribe the addictive painkillers. znizami@bnd.com

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