Australia Drug-Maker Effort To Address Painkiller Abuse Said To Be Failing
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
An effort by leading Australian drug makers to address the nation’s problem of abuse of painkillers appears to be failing in spite of new pill formulations intended to deter misuse.
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