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Opioid Treatment Claims Linked To Depression Drug Found In Supplements

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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FDA warns MA Labs and Jack B Goods about online claims that their tianeptine-containing products treat opioid use disorder, pain and anxiety and other violative and unproven claims. CDC reports a jump in poison control center reports on tianeptine, which is approved outside the US to treat depression.

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