(By Alicia A. Cardwell of Associated Press for STAT)
WASHINGTON — The Drug Enforcement Administration has reversed a plan to temporarily ban1 a plant that some users suggest could be an alternative2 to powerful and addictive opioid painkillers. Continue reading article here…….
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