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Trump plans to fight opioid epidemic online, in ads

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 19, 2018
Congressional hearings on more than a dozen opioid bills start on Wednesday. Today President Donald Trump unveiled his plan to tackle the epidemic … including a multimillion dollar media blitz that he promises will keep kids from getting hooked on…

Philadelphia makes an economic case for safe injection sites

by Dan Gorenstein Feb 15, 2018
The facilities could save at least $2 million a year by reducing expensive ambulance rides, emergency room trips and hospital visits, the city says.
A man uses heroin under a bridge where he lives with other addicts in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, which has become a hub for heroin use.
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The Uncertain Hour

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to stop marketing opioids to doctors

by Marketplace Staff and Associated Press Feb 10, 2018
Purdue’s promotions exaggerated the drug’s safety and risks of addiction, leaning heavily on one sentence used by sales reps to market the drug to doctors.
The prescription medicine OxyContin is displayed Aug. 21, 2001 at a Walgreens drugstore.
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The Uncertain Hour

A drugmaker used “The Wizard of Oz” to sell OxyContin

by Tony Wagner Dec 15, 2017
In an internal sales document, Purdue told sales reps to “follow the yellow brick road” and get doctors to prescribe the opioid.
Publicity photo from the 1939 adaptation for "The Wizard of Oz," which inspired a pharmaceutical sales document.
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The Uncertain Hour

How one sentence helped set off the opioid crisis

by Caitlin Esch Dec 13, 2017
Recently unsealed documents shed light on how the maker of OxyContin seems to have relied more on focus groups than on scientific studies to create an aggressive and misleading marketing campaign that helped fuel the national opioid epidemic.
A candlelight vigil recognizing the nation's opioid addiction crisis in Washington, D.C.
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Trump declares opioid epidemic a public health crisis but doesn’t add any additional funds

by Amy Scott Oct 26, 2017
President Donald Trump has long promised to declare the opioid crisis in America a national emergency, freeing up more federal resources to fight the epidemic. Today turned out to the be the day. At the White House this afternoon, the…

President Trump plans to declare the opioid epidemic a national emergency. What would that do?

by Marielle Segarra Oct 20, 2017
Next week, President Donald Trump has said he plans to officially declare the opioid epidemic a national emergency. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 91 Americans die from an opioid overdose every day. States were given nearly $500…

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Trump wants to end the opioid crisis, but offers no new policies to do it

by Annie Baxter Aug 8, 2017
President Trump this afternoon acknowledged the epidemic of opioid abuse in the U.S., but took no action on a report by a commission he created to study the crisis. That report urged the president to declare a national emergency to…

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