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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of undertreat.

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Examples

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

  • Last June, an Institute of Medicine report called undertreated pain a "public health crisis" that affects 116 million Americans, and costs the economy around a half-trillion dollars per year in medical bills and lost productivity.

    Radley Balko: The New Panic Over Prescription Painkillers

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