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Dr. Hendrickson discusses Oregon meth laws with Portland Tribune

Robert Hendrickson, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, was featured in a Portland Tribune article on Oregon’s anti-meth laws. An OHSU study has found that in some ways, Oregon's tough ban on over-the-counter products containing pseudoephedrine has curtailed local production of meth. In the article, Dr. Hendrickson said, “The law, since copied in a handful of states, counties and cities, appears to be having its desired effect.”

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