Abuse-Deterrent Opioids: Where Are They Now?
The potential blockbuster category for abuse-deterrent opioids has fizzled. A few stalwarts are pushing on, but the return on investment for many drug manufacturers has been disappointing. Scrip tracked how opioids approved in the last eight years have performed.
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