Morphine

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Morphine is a strong painkiller and a member of the opiate family (e.g. heroin). It works by preventing the pain signals from the rest of the body reaching the brain. It is commonly used for any illnesses which cause severe, mostly long lasting, pain and often during labour.
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Morphine is a strong painkiller and a member of the [[opiate|opiate]] family (e.g. [[heroin|heroin]]). It works by preventing the pain signals from the rest of the body reaching the brain. It is commonly used for any illnesses which cause severe, mostly long lasting, pain and often during labour.

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Morphine is a strong painkiller and a member of the opiate family (e.g. heroin). It works by preventing the pain signals from the rest of the body reaching the brain. It is commonly used for any illnesses which cause severe, mostly long lasting, pain and often during labour.

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