Some States Lag in Identifying Drugs in Overdose Cases

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As the opioid epidemic surges, Alabama’s toxicologists are testing more blood samples from overdose victims to determine what drugs were in their bodies. The results of those costly and time-consuming tests are not always ending up on death certificates, reports Stateline.. More often than not, when overdose victims are found to have multiple . . .

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