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COVID Vaccine Manufacturer Ordered to Pay $263 Million for Role in Largest Overdose Epidemic in History

COVID Vaccine Manufacturer Ordered to Pay $263 Million for Role in Largest Overdose Epidemic in History

Johnson & Johnson was ordered this week to pay $263 million to resolve claims it fueled an opioid epidemic in New York state and two of its largest counties. #opioidcrisis #opioidepidemic

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Dr. Mercola’s Attackers Sued for Role in ‘Crime of the Century’, Deceptive Opioid Marketing

Dr. Mercola’s Attackers Sued for Role in ‘Crime of the Century’, Deceptive Opioid Marketing

Various court cases have demonstrated how Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin, systematically misled doctors about the drug’s addictiveness to drive up sales, resulting in an avalanche of opioid addiction and subsequent deaths #opioidcrisis #deceptivemarketing

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Can Ibogaine Solve the Opioid Crisis?

Can Ibogaine Solve the Opioid Crisis?

Ibogaine is the psychoactive alkaloid in the visionary drug iboga, which is the root bark of a small African shrub, and for decades it has been known to be very effective in treating opioid addicts. #iboga #ibogaine #opioidcrisis

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Fed’s Chosen Coronavirus Vaccine Producer has Billions in Court Penalties, no Vax Development Experience

Written by on April 12, 2020 in Corruption, Government, Policies with 0 Comments
Fed’s Chosen Coronavirus Vaccine Producer has Billions in Court Penalties, no Vax Development Experience

Johnson and Johnson, the company selected by the federal government to fast-track develop a coronavirus vaccine is the subject of billions in court settlements and judgments, and it has no track record in creating or manufacturing vaccines. And the federal agency that issued the contract is part of the same federal department that will oversee every aspect of the vaccine’s evaluation, licensing, and distribution.

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The US Opioid Epidemic — A War of a Different Kind

Written by on March 22, 2018 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health with 0 Comments
The US Opioid Epidemic — A War of a Different Kind

Americans consume 99 percent of the hydrocodone sold worldwide and 81 percent of all oxycodone — approximately 30 times more than medically necessary for the population size of the U.S. As a result, the opioid epidemic has resulted in lowered life expectancy for both men and women in the U.S. for the second year in a row

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