[VIDEO] Are Physicians Keeping Life-Threatening Information from Patients?


Dr Shuvendu Sen, Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Raritan Bay Medical Center agrees there needs to be laws in place in the state of NJ so that physicians are required to reveal the adverse effects and possibility of addiction of prescription opiate medication to their patients. While there is legislation on the table to enforce this, currently many NJ physicians do not share this basic information with their patients.