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The Problem With the Way Laws and the Press Treat CRPS

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The media loves to hype up a television series and as of late, they have destroyed public perception of CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome), as well as the experimental treatment of ketamine infusions.

One would hope for a rare disease to be represented respectfully. Unfortunately, that often doesn’t happen. In television shows, it seems that most people who have CRPS are portrayed as drug addicts.

A case in point is the instance of a disease affecting a man on a television show, “Station 19.” His storyline quickly becomes one of an opioid addict, who still works in a high-stress, highly physical job as a firefighter.

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