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The DEA has withdrawn the controlled substance registrations of two CVS Caremark (CVS)...

The DEA has withdrawn the controlled substance registrations of two CVS Caremark (CVS) pharmacies in Florida after some retail locations experienced sharply higher sales of the addictive prescription painkiller oxycodone. The DEA says CVS and its wholesale suppler Cardinal Health should have realized that the sales increase was a sign that the drugs were be resold in the black market.
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  • delcape
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    Everyone knows that Florida is the pill-mill state !
    12 Sep 2012, 07:29 PM Reply Like
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