Bipartisan Consensus Emerges To Let FDA Destroy Unlabeled Illicit Opioids
Congress is intent on passing legislation addressing the opioid crisis and one measure that is picking up steam would give FDA the authority to destroy illegal opioids at international mail facilities instead of sending them back.
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