Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 37
FOOD, DRUGS, AND OIL
CHAPTER 31
NARCOTIC DRUGS — TREATMENT OF ADDICTS
37-3104.  Use of drugs by physician in treatment. A physician may use any drug or medicine which shall be authorized or released by a federal agency or authority with jurisdiction to so act; providing that the physician adheres to the criterion for the use of such drug or medicine as established by the federal agency or authority with jurisdiction to so act. Such drug or medicine may be used to treat any person addicted to or dependent on drugs as the physician or hospital deems appropriate, subject to the provisions of this act.

History:
[37-3104, added 1971, ch. 340, sec. 4, p. 1325.]


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