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Article Category: Opioids

Massachusetts Sends Men To Jail For Opioid Addiction Treatment

Nathan Yerby ❘

One county in Massachusetts has started sending men to jails for opioid addiction treatment, but not everyone thinks that's the right solution.

Trial Begins In Utah For Aaron Shamo, Alleged Leader Of Dark Web Fentanyl Conspiracy

Nathan Yerby ❘

A trial has begun in Utah for Aaron Shamo, a former Eagle Scout who allegedly earned millions of dollars from selling fentanyl on the Dark Web.

Oklahoma Judge Orders Johnson & Johnson To Pay $572 Million Fine For Contributing To Opioid Crisis

Nathan Yerby ❘

In a landmark case, an Oklahoma judge has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay the State a $527 million fine for deceptively marketing opioids.

One Third Of Philadelphians Know Someone Killed By Opioid Abuse

Michael Muldoon ❘

Nearly 30% of Philadelphians know someone who has died as a result of opioid use and the issue isn't going away. What can be done?

Hepatitis A Spreads As Aftershock Of Opioid Epidemic

Michael Muldoon ❘

Hepatitis A has been spreading around the US at an alarming rate. Experts think the opioid epidemic is fueling this contagious infection, but how?

New Research Exposes The 15 Most Dangerous Drugs

Jena Hilliard ❘

A new study reviewed the most dangerous drugs and drug mixtures based on side effects and death rates tracked by the federal government.

Drug Deaths Higher In Urban Areas For The First Time In A Decade

Jena Hilliard ❘

According to the CDC, U.S. drug overdose deaths are now higher in urban areas than rural regions for the first time in almost a decade.

Arizona Files Supreme Court Lawsuit Against Owners Of Purdue Pharma

Jena Hilliard ❘

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a Bill of Complaint in the U.S. Supreme Court against owners of Purdue Pharma – the Sackler family.

DEA Database Shows Generic Drug Manufacturers Contributed Most To The Opioid Epidemic

Nathan Yerby ❘

A newly-released database from the DEA proves that lesser-known, generic pharmaceutical companies are largely responsible for the Opioid Epidemic.

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