Steven Richeimer

Doctor, Chief of Division

Doctor, Chief of the Division of Pain Medicine at USC’s Medical School, and member of the medical advisory board of Proove Biosciences.

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About 80 percent of the world’s opioid supply is consumed in the United States. Every day, some 78 Americans die from an overdose related to either prescription painkillers or heroin.

Can a genetic test tell your risk of opioid addiction?

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