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In North Carolina, Medicaid Enrollees Circumvent a Controlled Substance Lock-in Program

A study suggests there is a significant loophole in the popular policy solution to the epidemic of opioid misuse, which may limit the effectiveness of controlled substance lock-in programs.
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