Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Under fire, pain clinics try to open their own drugstores

Joel Shumrak at his never-opened pharmacy beside his Pain Center of Broward in July. (Joe Cavaretta, Sun Sentinel)
Florida pain clinics are banned from selling narcotic pills, but some operators are trying to preserve their main source of cash by opening pharmacies.

Pain clinic owners have flooded the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency with requests to start small drugstores. In the first six months of the year, Floridians filed more than 215 applications for federal controlled-substance registrations, half of the nation's total.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Should be in prison...just tries to continue to push the law