American Terrorists Killing Our Youth –

January 16, 2019 – The two physicians and several others, who became Purdue’s most frequent prescribers in Massachusetts, eventually lost their licenses but not before authorizing hundreds of thousands of pills each. At least three of the physicians lost patients to an overdose death. In 2013, according to the memorandum, staff told the Sacklers that drug overdose deaths had tripled since 1990, while OxyContin had become the top-selling painkiller in the country. The complaint alleges “staff told the Sacklers that tens of thousands of deaths were only the ‘tip of the iceberg.’ … [F]or every death, there were more than a hundred people suffering from prescription opioid dependence or abuse.”

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