Opioid REMS: New CME 'Blueprint' To Include Immediate-Release Drugs
US FDA is moving forward on two fronts to update and improve the Risk Evaluation & Mitigation Strategy to help limit misuse and abuse of opioid pain medications: the agency has a plan to incorporate IR sponsors into the existing REMS, and also a new 'blueprint' for the prescriber education that focuses on pain management.
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