Mass. Opioid Substitution Law A Nice Idea, But Falls Short

By Dani Kass (September 19, 2017, 3:32 PM EDT) -- A 2014 Massachusetts law requiring pharmacists to substitute abuse-deterrent opioids for their standard counterparts is set to go into effect relatively soon, but growing doubts about the benefits of these drugs mean the law may not help much in fighting the opioid crisis, experts say....

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