Prescription Fraud Often Starts with a Simple Prescription

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It is a story told over and over in our culture: A patient who sustains a painful injury or goes through a serious surgery receives a prescription for Oxycodone, Morphine, Codeine or a similar drug. The patient may have little reason to suspect that the drug will ultimately cause more harm than good. At the
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Meth Enforcement Efforts Lead to New Criminal Activity (p. 2)

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In our last post, we were discussing a recent Associated Press report on the unintended consequences of laws limiting the sale of pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient of methamphetamine. According to the AP, the laws have created a new problem: “pill brokers.” And, after a brief slump, meth criminal activity is on the rise again. Experts
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