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LUTHERVILLE, Md., Jan.
You don’t know what’s in them, and you certainly don’t know where they originated from. But that hasn’t stopped the growth of the synthetic drug trade. The total international drug trade is now the most lucrative illicit business in the world, generating $400 billion annually, according the U.N. world drug report.
Global provider of forensic search technologies, Vound, is proud to announce that the U.S.
Husson University’s School of Pharmacy and School of Legal Studies joined together to offer the 3rd Annual Interprofessional Pharmacy Robbery Prevention Seminar on November 17, 2014.
An HIStalk webinar reviews electronic prescribing of controlled drugs, which will likely increase now that New York has enacted a mandatory e-prescribing law and the Drug Enforcement Administration
Steven Zuber, MD, CMIO of Methodist Health System, to Outline DEA Requirements for e-Prescribing of Controlled Substances, the Benefits to Clinical Staff and Steps for EPCS Success
A recent USA today article highlighted the reduction of prescription drug deaths and habitual users in recent years, prompting Novus Medical Detox to say the article sheds light on the positive effect
Narconon Arrowhead takes the Red Ribbon Pledge to be a part of creating a drug-free America, and to participate by setting guidelines to help our children grow-up safe, healthy and drug-free.
Point-Of-Sale System Blocks Illegal Pseudoephedrine Sales But Protects Lawful Purchase LUTHERVILLE, Md., Oct.
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