Codeine concerns widespread

Consumers oppose codeine upscheduling, as do a third of GPs, but concerns over pharmacists' advice raised by survey Most consumers and pharmacists oppose the upscheduling of codeine, and a third of GPs agree, new research reveals. A survey conducted by researchers from the University of Tasmania and the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre found

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