The Missouri Department of Corrections said Wednesday that it will return a shipment of a common anesthetic it intended to use for executions, nearly a year after the drug distributer’s urgent request for it to be sent back.
Researchers, led by Alex Evers M.D., have identified the site in the brain where the widely-used anesthetic drug propofol binds to receptors to sedate patients during surgery.
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The maker of Missouri’s new execution drug, is pulling it off the market.
Missouri Attorney General Koster filed orders in six cases asking inmates to “show cause” why they shouldn’t be executed.
The Missouri Department of Corrections announced the switch was switching from its longstanding three-drug method to use of a single drug, propofol.
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