The Cleveland Plain Dealer says judges, doctors and lawmakers on the front lines of the opioid addiction crisis have a problem: Three medications are available to help the estimated 200,000 Ohioans struggling to recover from addiction, and yet there are no clear answers as to which, if any, drug works best. The skyrocketing demand for treatment has spurred competition among drugmakers for a piece of . . .
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