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A new study has quantified the disconnect between GP views on the codeine upschedule, and those held by pharmacists and codeine users The study, Attitudes in Australia on the upscheduling of over-the-counter codeine to a prescription-only medication, was presented at last week’s APSAD Alcohol and Drugs Conference. Researchers Jacqui McCoy, Raimondo Bruno and Suzanne Nielsen

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