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Pseudoephedrine regulation in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma - Pharmacists in Oklahoma are about to start donating profiles of certain customers to a multi-state registry.

All customers buying Pseudoephedrines will now entered into the registry starting today.
 
The purpose of this registry is to restrict the amount of the popular cold and allergy medicine trafficked across state lines.

Pseudoephedrines are an important ingredient in those medications but is also commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine.
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