List of Strong Pain Killer Drugs

by Helen Nnama
Pain killer drugs, also commonly known as analgesics, come in many forms, each with a different potency and mode of action. The choice of pain killer typically depends on tolerability as well as the severity of the pain. Cancer Help UK cites several common pain killer drugs called opioids that come ...
  • Benzi- Tows

    Morphine came to prominence during the American Civil War (1861-1865) and led to what was termed the "soldier's disease," or morphine addiction.

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