US FDA Wants Opioid Prescribing Guidelines To Be Highly Specific, But It May Have To Compromise
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee meeting suggest it is difficult to write condition-specific guidelines for opioid prescribing in the primary care setting.
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