This article suggests that residents of poorer countries (in this case, Sierra Leone), do not have access to morphine because officials fear an introduction to the drug will lead to addiction. The relative inability to police drug use in countries like Sierra Leone leads to people being left in pain rather than having access to morphine. The article does not say that morphine has been banned, but it suggests as much.
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