December 9, 2013
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama's physician governor told a national conference that medical professionals who help patients abuse prescription drugs should lose their licenses.
Gov. Robert Bentley is co-chairman of a new program of the National Governors Association that is searching for ways to stop prescription drug abuse. He spoke Monday as the group opened a two-day meeting in Montgomery. More than 100 people are attending.
Bentley said he practiced medicine for 34 years and never wrote a prescription for the pain killer OxyContin. He said more education about prescription drug abuse is needed for patients and for medical professionals throughout their careers.
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