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Fred Burgess Jr. 23h
Today’s Number: what is good for the pharmaceutical business is not necessarily good for American business.
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Teresa Reddick 15h
・・・ Thank you ! Your research on the and understanding its effect on babies helps us grow in our awareness of the devastating effects it has on children. Also enjoyed spending time with some of your most inspiring young patients!
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Lisa 12h
I know this story is a bit old now in our 24 hour news cycle, but its seriously important and could have other implications (such as in the gun control debate). I shall explain
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NorthStarTransitions 17h
New data gives us a virtual road map to the ! It shows 76 billion pills were distributed across the country between the years 2006 and 2012.
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Scott Timko 18h
Drug related deaths are down 5% from last year. First decline since 1990. B4 the left goes out of its way to say the President gets no credit, it’s not enough, or likely it’s racist-can we just agree a decline is a GOOD thing??
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Patricia Farrell 24h
Unconscionable: "more than 75bn opioid pills at the peak of the opioid crisis" were moved by bigpharma. Who profited by all the resulting deaths?
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Vanessa Heaney Jul 17
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USDTL 19h
Insys is the first drugmaker to seek bankruptcy protection from its creditors as a result of legal action related to the U.S. opioid epidemic.
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george west 7h
What a combo: & . EXTREME 'Life-Changing Medicine'- Overdoses & Death! 10 Billion Opiod Pills distributed by Cardinal Health. UPMC: Partner. (Chart from .)
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Dave Aronberg Jul 17
“America’s largest drug companies saturated the country with 76 billion oxycodone & hydrocodone pain pills from 2006-2012.... In that time, the companies distributed enough pills to supply every adult and child...with 36 each year.”
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Alyse Neibaur Jul 16
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Christopher Wolf Crusade 14h
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AJPH Jul 15
Preventing substance use disorder: Early adolescent primary prevention interventions may be a viable model to prevent Rx opioid misuse later in life, & should be considered as part of the portfolio of strategies necessary to combat the (OA)
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Philip Jeng 14h
Newly released DEA data shows 76 billion pills distributed nationwide from 2006-2012
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𝚂𝚘𝚌𝚌𝚎𝚛𝙼𝚘𝚖, 𝚁𝙽 Jul 17
If your screen name is “Opiates Help” and you mention “Opiates” in your bio I’m blocking you immediately. You have zero business speaking about the opioid epidemic if you cannot even use the correct terminology.
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Lovetogive2 19h
Replying to @washingtonpost
“On Mon., published previously undisclosed government data..revealed breadth of the epidemic of legal opioid use—handful of companies saturated country with 76 billion pain pills between 2006-2012, fueling the prescription
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BestDazed Jul 17
All you guys ranting are really going to be crying when you have surgery, or break a leg, or get injured in a car wreck or whatever happens & your in pain but dr. No longer Rx pain killers.
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OJP 21h
“We need to do our best to make sure every community facing an opioid problem has the resources to tackle it. This year, will be awarding grants of up to $750K each under a program called Rural Responses to the .” -Katie Sullivan at National Opioid Forum
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Nabil Elkassabany MD 23h
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Class in Session Jul 17
...Thanks to and for being our guests to discuss this topic and the . You can listen to the audio below.
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