Some Delaware County residents turn to heroin after pain doctor arrested

This is very important information because many people who have been “fired” by their doctors or refused medication refills because of positive drug tests for Marijuana are in this group of VICTIMS!

Kentucky IS ONE OF THOSE STATES which is seeing a escalation of heroin epidemic because of this!

This has to stop being the norm as it has caused a genocide of people who formerly were just casual or medical marijuana smokers to be condemned to death because the pain medication has been revoked!

FOX59

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MUNCIE, Ind. (April 14,2015)– In the months following the arrest of a Muncie pain doctor, some Delaware County residents have turned to street drugs. Federal and local authorities raided Dr. William Hedrick’s pain clinic in the fall of 2014. He was later arrested and charged with reckless prescribing and conducting a corrupt business. Prosecutors have linked him to several overdose drug deaths in Delaware County.

“I have turned to the streets, I’m in a lot of pain,” said a former patient of Hedrick.

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In pain and nowhere to turn, that’s how one former patient describes his current condition. He says he was a patient of Hedrick’s for several years and relied on powerful narcotics to subdue the pain.

The former patient says other physicians refuse to treat him since he was once under the care of Hedrick. He tells FOX59 that he turned…

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