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US FDA orders classwide REMS for long-acting opioids

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The US FDAis requiring 16 manufacturers of 24 branded and generic opioid medicines to jointly develop a classwide risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS) to reduce deaths and serious injuries resulting from misuse, abuse and overdose.

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