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Michael Keaton Takes U.S. Opioid Crisis in ‘Dopesick’ – .

Los Angeles (AFP) Prior to becoming Batman, Michael Keaton made his film debut in “Clean and Sober,” an unwavering look at drug addiction during...

Synthetic Opioid Strong Enough To “Kill Over 50 Million People” Seized...

Two residents of Southern California have been charged in a massive drug seizure that led to authorities seizing more than 46 pounds of a...

US Pharmaceutical Companies Say $ 26 Billion Opioid Settlement Will Continue

Three major drug distributors and U.S. drugmaker Johnson & Johnson to move to proposed $ 26 billion settlement to resolve claims they fueled the...

Six U.S. states fail to join $ 26 billion opioid regulations...

Aug 23 (Reuters) – At least six U.S. states, including Georgia, have failed to fully sign a $ 26 billion deal with three drug...

Treating addiction as a health problem, not a criminal one, says...

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole on Sunday offered a “compassionate” plan to tackle the opioid crisis, seeing it as a national emergency to help those...

Purdue Pharma chief says he heard neither his family nor his...

The former chairman and chairman of the board of Purdue Pharma told a court Wednesday that he, his family and the company were not...

Sacklers Won’t Pay in US Opioid Lawsuit Unless Protected

The family members who own OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma will not contribute billions of dollars to a legal settlement unless they get rid of...

Major Pharmaceuticals Achieve Landmark $ 26 Billion Opioid Settlement in US

A group of U.S. attorneys general unveiled a landmark $ 26 billion deal with major U.S. drug companies accused of fueling a deadly nationwide...

Covid-19, Congress, Trump ally, opioid trial, JO – .

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States and cities close to interim $ 26 billion opioid deal...

Negotiations have been stalled for months on attorney fees. Countless lawyers put in different amounts of work and fought over who should get paid...
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