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Researchers reveal promising opioid alternative results.
U.S. Representative David Trone (D-Md.), and Reps. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.), Teresa Leger Fernandez (D-N.M.), and David McKinley (R-W.V.) are introducing the bipartisan Opioid Patients’ Right to Know Act in an effort to help reduce the prevalence of opioid addiction across U.S. The new proposal is based on the successful inception of the New Jersey Patient
State program will install life-saving overdose reversal medication boxes in clinics.
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DOJ indicts Japanese company for dumping wastewater without following regulations.
Senators draft new legislation after spending seven months trying to get answers.
Pressure mounts to deregulate buprenorphine.
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