OHSU Emergency Department reports fewer meth-related visits following 2006 'anti-meth' legislation

Monday, June 7, 2010 - 12:01 in Health & Medicine

The number of methamphetamine-related emergency room visits decreased significantly in the year following the implementation of Oregon's law prohibiting the sale of over-the-counter decongestant containing pseudoephedrine, according to Oregon Health & Science Emergency Department physician-researchers.

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