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Donald J. Trump Apr 27
We must end the Opioid Crisis. Do your part today by participating in prescription drug at over 4,000 locations across the Country!
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The White House May 3
Last month’s National Prescription Drug collected more than 937,000 lbs of unused or expired prescription drugs—and set all-time records for both law enforcement participation and local collection sites to help protect American families from prescription drug abuse.
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EyeTheSpy Apr 28
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Elizabeth Warren Apr 27
70% of adults who misuse prescription opioids get them from friends or family. I passed a bipartisan bill that lets patients partially fill opioid prescriptions. By disposing of unused medication on , you can help fight the . Find a collection site:
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Bitterchick Apr 27
Who in the past 5 years is able to get so many opioids?? I know cancer patients who cant even get them. The only I see is the causing legitimate pain patients to suffer needlessly because of illegal abusers
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Dana Bernson Apr 27
 should be every day. I know it’s gotten better/easier, but when Jon died, getting rid of his leftover meds was more logistically challenging than anything else I had to do. Many med changes over his year of tx left me w/ a A LOT to get rid of
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🌟SuzH16⭐🌏🗽 Apr 29
🔥MAKE A WISH DAY⚡🤞 I wish: the Government to stay out of our doctors office's and Pharmacies. We don't need to be tracked! I want our right's & med's back for everyone whose in pain!
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DEANewYork Apr 27
From our partners at the ! Great job at !
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Granmabarb Apr 27
Replying to @TrueEyeTheSpy
Something happen(ing) at the WHCD on perhaps ... 😊🙏☮️
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Twitter Government Apr 27
Did you join in ? Tap the button below to let people know you're helping fight the .
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Fla. AG Ashley Moody Apr 27
I want to thank everyone who participated in National Prescription Drug . Working together we will end the opioid crisis and save lives.
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Secretary Alex Azar Apr 27
"Fortunately, we no longer just talk about the harrowing numbers, the loss, the grief—we talk about the solutions and the progress." - . Take advantage of today and safely dispose of prescription drugs and opioids at a take back site near you.
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DEAWashington 21h
The DEA has announced that the April 2019 drug take back day removed 469 tons of unused medications from households throughout the country. The DEA partnered with 6,400 partner sites throughout the country for this take back day, which is a record number of partners!
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DEANewYork Apr 27
- over 200 collection sites in NY and over 5,000 collection sites throughout the country! Drop off medication that you don't need anymore.
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Katamac ⭐️🌟 Apr 27
Replying to @FLOTUS @DEAHQ
KEEP YOUR OPIOIDS! You’re one injury/accident/disease away from excruciating pain. Most ERs & MDs will tell you to suck it up & take Tylenol. But, if are so addictive, why are there any leftover pills? An addict would have gobbled them down in record time.
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DEAMiami Apr 27
We thank all our law enforcement and non law enforcement partners for supporting DEA . We appreciate and are thankful for your partnership!
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tenchiayase May 16
Thank you Minnesota Democrats now (7pm)! UNACCEPTABLE!
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Pain News Network May 7
It's not just home medicine cabinets. thefts are a significant problem at and other facilities.
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DEA HQ May 3
DEA’s 17th featured more than 6,400 collection sites. Together, along with our local, State, tribal and federal law enforcement partners, we collected a total of 937,443 lbs. of unused, unwanted and expired drugs.
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Ar!elle 🌸 Apr 27
Fellow CPPs! Please use today & the tag to help spread information about our current situation with pain meds & any helpful sources! Also feel free to also add !
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