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Robert Storace | May 24, 2019
Three families have become the face of opioid addiction in Connecticut.
Colby Hamilton | April 23, 2019
The Rochester drug distributor's oxycodone order fulfillment increased eightfold over a four-year period, despite numerous internal warnings that the sales were driven by suspect behavior.
Jackie Ford | April 16, 2019
In addition to causing widespread misery in society as a whole, opioids are producing specific challenges in the workplace. As just one example, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a 25-percent increase from 2012 to 2017 in the number of workers fatally overdosing on the job.
Amanda Bronstad | May 28, 2019
A lawyer for the state of Oklahoma opened the bench trial with: "If you oversupply, people will die."
Dan M. Clark | May 06, 2019
Democrats in the state Legislature are expected to move a bill on Monday to prohibit life insurance companies from denying coverage to individuals, including nurses, who are prescribed opioid-reversal medications, like Naloxone or Narcan.
Tom McParland | April 19, 2019
An investor in AmerisourceBergen Corp. is taking aim at the directors of the Chesterbrook-based drug wholesaler with a books-and-records suit in Delaware seeking to investigate potential wrongdoing associated with the opioid crisis.
Max Mitchell | May 09, 2019
A Philadelphia jury has awarded more than $2 million to a woman who claimed that her former pain management doctor needlessly prescribed her addictive opioid medications, which led to both mental and physical injuries.