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FDA Panel Says Leave DXM Unscheduled For Now, Urges Congressional Action

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Dextromethorphan likely will escape scheduling as a controlled substance in the near term, but manufacturers and lawmakers should push efforts to curb abuse to keep the cough suppressant available OTC in the long run

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