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Physicians on knowing a person taking opioids 2017

This statistic shows physicians who knew someone other than their patient who consumed opioids, by type of dosage, according to a survey conducted on September 04, 2017. On that date, 15 percent of the survey respondents from around the globe stated that they knew someone who died of an opioid overdose.

Physicians on knowing someone personally taking opioids as of 2017*

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Release date

September 2017



Survey time period

September 04, 2017

Number of respondents

around 3,000 physicians

Special properties

Sermo community members

Supplementary notes

* Not as patient. Original question: "Have you ever known anyone personally (not as a patient) who has:"

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