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The solo practice family doctor is becoming less and less common. But a local primary care group is surviving the test of time, and celebrating twenty years of service. WFSU sat down with some of the doctors there to find out how healthcare has changed in the past two decades.

Fla. Pain Patients: Drug Enforcment Has Gone Too Far

Jul 19, 2012

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the State of Florida continue their crackdown on illegal prescription drug trafficking. But, chronic pain patients say, they’re suffering from unintended consequences of the crackdown.

In late June, a DEA bust nicknamed Operation Pill Street Blues closed seven illegal operations across the state. One of them was the Jacksonville clinic where chronic pain patient Stephen Silva was being treated for his four spine injuries.