Coroner expresses concern over man’s overdose death

The GP who prescribed methadone to a Tasmanian man was found to have breached the Poisons Act on 35 occasions A 51-year-old Tasmanian man died from acute methadone toxicity in January last year, leading the state’s coroner to comment on the importance of adhering to safe prescribing regulations. Police located a methadone blister pack at

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