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A Safe And Legal Money Maker: Did You Return Your Unused Pills Today?

As the 12th national prescription drug take-back day ended at 2 pm today, one new approach to fight opiate diversion—the misuse of prescription opiates--is whether offering economic incentives such as “store credit” at national pharmacy chains might help to reduce the temptation for people to keep leftover pills from opiate [...]
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