Pressure builds on the DEA to stem the supply of prescription drugs, but at what cost?

(By Lev Facher for STAT)

WASHINGTON — In a bland Northern Virginia office building nestled between a Costco and a freeway interchange, a dozen government scientists have spent the past year crunching numbers and making the following determination: In 2018, drug makers will be allowed to produce no more than 98,145 kilos of oxycodone, 38,047 kilos of morphine, and 1,342 kilos of fentanyl. Continue reading article here…

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