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Opioid addicts switched back to heroin after foreign cartels learned how to bypass post-9/11 security, both Hall and McElhaney said.
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Business Insider 07/20/2019 12:59
Benjamin C. Glassman, the US Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, said in the indictment that the distribution of oxycodone and hydrocodone pills through local drugstores likely aggravated the opioid epidemic in vulnerable states.
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ABC News 07/20/2019 08:34
The "pill mills" helped seed an overdose epidemic in many communities where the pills ended up.
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If a judge sides with the request from Cuyahoga and Summit counties, it would clear the way for the governments to assert that drug companies ignored the regulations as a nationwide opioid crisis continued to grow.
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If a judge sides with the request from Cuyahoga and Summit counties, it would clear the way for their governments to assert that drug companies ignored the regulations as a nationwide opioid crisis continued to grow.
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The State (Columbia SC) 07/19/2019 17:58
According to a Washington Post analysis, it shows that 76 billion pain pills were shipped from 2006 through 2012, a span when overdose deaths ballooned.
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Seeking Alpha 07/19/2019 15:27
Granted, the 2008 financial crisis did not help, but the mild recovery into 2011 and 2012, the height of the opioid epidemic, was tepid.
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However, state epidemiologist Dr. Tim Jones says the increase is likely attributed to fentanyl and methamphetamine overdoses.
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Guardian (United Kingdom) 07/19/2019 12:43
Federal prosecutors have charged a former president of a major pharmaceutical distributor with flooding parts of Appalachia with millions of opioid pills while ignoring evidence they were driving addiction and death.
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Miami Herald (United States) 07/19/2019 12:39
Mark Lennihan, File AP Photo The release of a massive trove of data from lawsuits over the nation's opioid crisis provides the most detailed accounting to date of the role played by the major pharmaceutical companies and distributors.
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Bio-Medicine.Org 07/19/2019 11:45
BayMark will provide a great support structure for us to grow and enhance our services as a part of a solution for the opioid epidemic here in Kentucky.
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Gizmodo 07/19/2019 10:50
DOJ alleges the drug company should’ve flagged suspicious orders for the Drug Enforcement Agency but instead sold an enormous amount of drugs to communities that were already reeling from the opioid crisis.
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Xconomy 07/19/2019 06:45
The opioid crisis reaches all corners of the nation, and newly released data this week revealed how the growth of the epidemic tracked with a massive increase in the production and distribution of these drugs.
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New Scientist 07/19/2019 06:40
The CDC data shows that overdose deaths from fentanyl, synthetic opioids, cocaine and methamphetamines are still increasing, which is an ominous sign.
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News-Medical.net 07/19/2019 00:48
If every household removed prescription opioids once they're no longer medically needed for their prescribed purpose it would have a major impact on the opioid crisis' hold on American families and communities.
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ETHealthWorld (India) 07/18/2019 22:33
It shipped millions of pills to rural Appalachia, where the opioid epidemic was at its peak, including 3.7 million hydrocodone pills from 2008 to 2011 to a pharmacy in Kermit, West Virginia, a town of just 400 people, prosecutors said.
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FiercePharmaManufacturing 07/18/2019 17:54
With federal scrutiny mounting on claims it profiteered from the nation’s opioid epidemic, Ohio-based Miami-Luken shuttered its doors for good last year.
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