OxyContin Revised Labeling Expects Less Abuse Via Injection, Snorting
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
There will be no generics of original OxyContin; FDA says it can no longer serve as a reference product because it has a greater abuse potential than the reformulation, where Purdue has secured particularly strong language regarding reducing intranasal abuse.
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