"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. PreventOpiateAbuse.org"
The India West -
"The Times of India recently published “A Doctor’s Diary: Reflections on Health, Healing & Hope,” a user-friendly medical book by Dr. Shuvendu Sen, MD, FACP.
With the belief that awareness often forms the fulcrum of healing, Dr. Sen’s book contains information about awareness and education in relation to overall health.
“A Doctor’s Diary” is a compilation of articles that have appeared in the print and online versions of various newspapers and magazines, including The Times of India, NJ Voices, The Star Ledger, Futures Mysterious Anthology magazine and Home News Tribune, among others."
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