A recent medical journal suggests doctors regularly cave when patients ask for meds, even controlled substances like oxycodone.
Traitz, it should be noted, has a long criminal history that includes trafficking oxycodone, ID fraud, theft, and more.
Florida, which began a pill mill crackdown in 2010, saw a 50 percent decrease in overdose deaths from oxycodone in 2012.
oxycodone ox·y·co·done (ŏk'sĭ-kō'dōn')
A narcotic alkaloid related to codeine, used as an analgesic and a sedative chiefly in the form of its hydrochloride salt.