Schedule changes didn’t dent codeine misuse


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Changes made to OTC codeine combination products in 2010 failed to make a dent in the growing misuse of the products, a new study has found. But the new codeine real-time monitoring system may succeed where rescheduling failed, says one pain expert. The researchers, from the University of Sydney and Children’s Hospital Westmead, performed a

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