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Drug Company Payments to Doctors Helped Fuel the Opioid Epidemic: Study
Drug Company Payments to Doctors Helped Fuel the Opioid Epidemic: Study

Research has established that over-prescribing of prescription opioids has been a major contributor to the out-of-control opioid epidemic in America. Most victims move from prescription to illicit opioids. Opioid prescriptions are declining across the country. Heroin and ...

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