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DEA Mandates Significant Cuts in Opioid Painkiller Production

The Drug Enforcement Administration this week announced it is requiring significant cuts in the production of prescription opioids, HealthDay reports. By 2017 the amount of prescription opioids permitted to be manufactured in the U.S. will decrease by at least 25 percent. The post DEA Mandates Significant Cuts in Opioid Painkiller Production appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
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