CityNews Toronto learns about driving and the effects of opioids

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“We don’t know if the pain affects their driving ability,” she said. “But these painkillers, especially opioids, they can affect your ability to concentrate. They can make the person sleepy”, Dr. Andrea Furlan, a chronic pain physician at Toronto Rehab says. See the full video report at CityNews Toronto.

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