Scientists developed a ‘nano-drug’ painkiller that could save us from opioids

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As the United States continues to struggle with a rising number of opioid addicts who were previously prescribed powerful painkillers due to a variety of ailments, the medical community is stuck between a rock and a hard place. As pain medication, opioids are incredibly potent, but they’re also highly addictive, and alternatives are hard to come by.

Now, researchers in France believe they may have come up with something that will help. It’s a new kind of “nano-drug” painkiller that actually replicates some of the action of opioid-based drugs like morphine but offers relief with less potential for abuse and overuse.

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