Opioid papers are low, but still there is a problem
Food and Drug Administration on November 2 approved a new fast-growing opioid solution as a substitute for IV medicines used in hospitals. Decisions on the protest of suspected suspected patients. According to FDA Commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, there will be "significant restrictions" on the distribution of drugs and that it is intended solely for the treatment of a system like hospitals. Although the numbers of opioids have declined in recent years, the use of daily medicine continues to challenge the challenge of addressing opioid problems.