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Mississippi PSE Prescription Switch Will Not Start An Avalanche - CHPA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Mississippi lawmakers' decision to make all pseudoephedrine-containing drugs prescription-only will not prompt other states combating methamphetamine to do the same, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association predicts

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