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Making painkillers that resist abuse

Monday, June 8, 2015 - 05:50

New York

ANTHONY DiTullio would pop a painkiller into his mouth but not swallow it, as intended. He would chew it for 30 minutes, grinding through its protective coating and waxy unpleasantness, because the only pain he was treating was addiction.

The pill was OxyContin, a

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