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Attention Getter A pill cutter a bottle of water a credit card a straw a thick white powdery line then a sniffThis is the deadly and illegal use of OxyContin or otherwise known in my town as OCs Credibility This is a sad description of an on going problem in my very own town This is a description of a very highly addictive painkiller called Oxycontin This pain reliever is already controlling the lives of many of my friends and many people in this country I feel as though precautions must be met to stop the illegal use of OxyContin from spreading Purpose The purpose of my speech is to explain to all of you the downsides and the heavy addiction that this pain reliever causes I personally believe that this rapidly increasing problem must be stopped I realize that there is no denying that its recreational use and abuse are a problem there is another more important problem of at least equal concern the needs of people truly suffering from chronic pain and in need of OxyContin for pain relief Forecast Statement The negative aspects for both street users and patients and explain what pharmacists physicians and representatives from the Purdue Pharmaceuticals are doing to ensure that this medication remains available for those who need it and stays out of the hands of those who abuse it The synthetic opioid OxyContin has become a drug of abuse following in the steps of other prescription drugs that contain Oxycodone the active ingredient in OxyContin The level of abuse and the number of people who have died because of OxyContin abuse are growing At first many pain specialist initially believed that the controlled-release oxycondone had a low potential for abuse boy were they wrong In recent years this drug has exploded to the streets The latest report from the DEA the Drug Enforcement Agency states that
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