Not many of us are chemists.
Yet by removing one oxygen atom, average people in Missouri regularly are turning common decongestants like Sudafed and Claritin-D into the illicit drug methamphetamine. Nationwide those explosive mom and pop meth labs cost taxpayers more than $23 billion a year in health care costs, child endangerment and clean-up.
But a St. Louis pharmaceutical company may have the answer.
Learn more here.