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Review the NCMB’s draft policv on the use of opiates for the treatment of chronic pain and tell us what you think. Comments must be received by May 23
A drug overdose prevention law that took effect in April 2013 provides broad protection from criminal prosecution to any medical professional who prescribes the opioid-antagonist drug naloxone.
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