Zephrex-D Solo Show In W.Va. Could Move Tamper-Resistant PSE To Starring Role
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
With CVS selling only Zephrex-D at its W.Va. stores, Walgreens planning to make a similar change and pseudoephedrine diversion to make meth also a problem in other states, other manufacturers of single-ingredient PSE products could feel pressure to start using tamper-resistant formulations.
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