Opioids are TOO Addicting, Take Some NSAIDS

Last I checked Chronic Pain Patients were Americans not marionettes. How has the 2016 CDC Opioid Guidelines for Chronic Pain affected you? Are you a Chronic Pain or Rare Disease Patient or an Opioid Use Disorder or Addicted Patient now? Has your doctor decided you must stop or decrease your pain medications because you are addicted or risk becoming addicted because a bureaucrat or statistic told him or her in some statistic? If so, it’s time to read the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the ADA of 1972 and 1990. You are an American with a disease not an addict because someone in an office told them you were.

What Do I Know About Chronic Pain?

Who is Renee Blare and what does she know about Chronic Pain? Rare Disease? It’s more than the fact she’s a pharmacist and has treated veterans, and Native Americans. Discover why Renee knows about Chronic and Rare Disease and she won’t stop until you do too. The USA is about FREEDOM and it’s time to free people with Chronic Pain and Rare Disease.


Chronic Pain is everywhere. So are opioids. Does that mean we must deny the treatment of the one because of fear of the other? The Disabled, with rare disease, and the suffering would say no. So does the Constitution of the United States and the law.

RDLA’s Rare Across America’s Virtual Conference on the HILL!

You are in Chronic Pain in the West. You are still free, still wild, still you. Do not let others define who you are, especially the government. That’s who we are. We’re the Chronic Pain, disabled, and Rare Disease Community of Wyoming not the addicted.