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COX-2 Inhibitors Overused As Short-Term Therapy, Express Scripts Says

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COX-2 inhibitors are over-prescribed for short-term pain and therefore do not achieve the gastrointestinal safety benefit needed to be considered cost-effective, Express Scripts' drug utilization studies conclude

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