Exhibit at DEA museum traces history of drug diversion

November 12, 2007

DEA kicks off exhibit about drug diversion and abuse.

A history of drug diversion and attempts by the Drug Enforcement Administration to control it are the subject of an exhibit that kicks off on Nov. 13 at the DEA Museum in Arlington, Va. Entitled "Good Medicine, Bad Behavior: Drug Diversion in America," the exhibit features some well-known cases, explores the toll drug abuse has taken, chronicles how rogue Internet pharmacies have contributed to drug diversion, and provides visitors with take-home educational materials. Exhibit sponsors include DEA, DEA Museum Foundation, NACDS Foundation, Bensinger DuPont & Associates, Ziegler Wealth Management, and Ronald W. Buzzeo, R.Ph.

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